Which one of the following is true when using OpenID as an external identity

Which one of the following is true when using openid

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QUESTION:40Which one of the following is true when using OpenID as an external identity provider? A. Administrators are not allowed to change the list of external identity providers that users can access. B. To modify the list of accepted external identity providers, administrators can edit the openid.servicenames property in the Resource Environment Providers section in the IBM WebSphere Integrated Solutions console. C. To modify the list of accepted external identity providers, administrators can edit the openid.servicenames in the custom properties for the com.ibm.portal.auth.OpenIDTAI trust association interceptor. D. To modify the list of accepted external identity providers, administrators need to edit the openid.servicenames property in the wkplc.propertiesfile and then run the enable-identityprovidertai task. Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- QUESTION:41How do realms within IBM WebSphere Portal work with federated LDAP repositories? QUESTION:42When configuring a federated LDAP repository rather than a stand-alone LDAP repository, what are some of the differences?
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properties begin with standalone.ldap in the wkplc.propertiesfile, but both still use the validate-ldap configuration task for validation and the create-wp-ldap task for creating the LDAP repository. C. LDAP properties (whether federated or stand-alone) begin with ldap, but federated LDAP uses the validate-federated-ldap task for LDAPvalidation, whereas stand-alone LDAP uses the validatestandalone- ldap task for LDAP validation. Both use the wp- modify-ldap-security taskfor establishing LDAP connection. D. Federated LDAP properties begin with federated.ldap, whereas stand-alone LDAP properties begin with standalone.ldap in thewkplc.properties file. Different configuration tasks are used both for LDAP validation and establishing an LDAP connection.
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