while still allowing the contents to be accessible upon a planned Vault restart

While still allowing the contents to be accessible

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Which of the following are secure options for storing the contents of the Operator CD. while still allowing the contents to be accessible upon a planned Vault restart? Choose alt that apply A. Store the CD in a physical safe and mount the CD every time vault maintenance is performed. B. Copy the contents of the CD to the System Safe on the vault C. Copy the contents of the CD to a folder on the vault server and secure it with NTFS permissions. D. Store the server key in a Hardware Security Module. E. Store the server key in the Provider cache Answer: C, D QUESTION: 77 All of your Unix root passwords are stored in the safe Unix Root. Dual control is enabled for some of the accounts in that safe The members of the AD group Unix Admins need to be able to use the show, copy, and connect buttions on those passwords at any time without confirmation The members of the AD group Operations Staff need to be able to use the show, copy and connect buttions on those passwords on an emergency basis, but only with the approval of a member of Operations Managers The members of Operations Managers never need to be able to use the show, copy or
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connect buttions themselves. Which safe permissions do you need to grant to Unix Admins? Check all that apply A. Use Accounts
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