32 A OSS user commands issued from the OSS environment are not allowed to act

32 a oss user commands issued from the oss

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A. OSS user commands issued from the OSS environment are not allowed to act upon Guardian objects. B. Some OSS user commands issued from the OSS environment can act upon objects, such as files, in the Guardian environment. C. The Korn shell is used to interface with the Guardian subsystem on NonStop S- series systems. D. OSS user processes cannot be started within the Guardian environment when using NonStop TMF. Answer: B QUESTION: 113 What is a benefit of using tokenized EMS event messages? A. Every subsystem uses the same message format. B. Documented message formats facilitate the creation of message filters. C. Only non-text messages are allowed. D. Tokenized messages are used only to report application and hardware problems. Answer: B QUESTION: 114 What does the security string of "AOCO" in a Guardian disk file mean? A. Any user (network and local) can read the file. B. Only the local owner can write and execute the file. C. Only the owner's local user group can execute the file. D. The owner's local and network user group can execute the file. Answer: D QUESTION: 115 What is the recommended maximum number of NonStop S-series systems managed by one TSM console?
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