5149ENWpdfpage 4 QUESTION 64 What are valid ways to

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- 5149ENW.pdf(page 4) QUESTION: 64 What are valid ways to create a guest account in an HP BYOD solution? (Select three.) A. Guests register themselves and are automatically validated. B. Guests use the BYOD self-registration page and are later validated by corporate IT staff. C. Guests use the default BYOD user to register automatically. D. Guest Managers create the guest accounts. E. Corporate users create the guest accounts. F. Guests use the BYOD self-registration page and are later validated by Guest Manager. Answer: B, D, F QUESTION: 65 How does an HP BYOD implementation differ from a simple MAC authentication? A. In MAC authentication, the MAC address exists as an account in the User Access Manager database. In BYOD, the MAC address of an endpoint is learned during registration. B. In MAC authentication, the MAC address exists as an account in the User Access Manager database In BYOD, a successful MAC authentication of an endpoint must precede the registration of a user account. C. In MAC authentication, the MAC address exists as an account in the User Access Manager database In BYOD, the MAC address of an endpoint does not need to be learned; the user account is what matters. D. In MAC authentication, the MAC address is learned during the first authentication. In BYOD, the MAC address of endpoint is learned during registration. Answer: A 34
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