Data striping provides no fault tolerance B The block sizes were set

Data striping provides no fault tolerance b the block

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A. Data striping provides no fault tolerance. B. The block sizes were set incorrectly. C. The parity disk failed. D. The drive head broke off causing a cascade failure. Answer: A QUESTION: 518 A company requires that business critical applications must reside both onsite and offsite for disaster recovery needs. Which of the following BEST describes this scenario? A. A hot site B. A cold site C. Cloud computing D. A warm site Answer: A QUESTION: 519 Which of the following provides the BEST security? A. NTFS permissions B. Encryption C. Strong passwords D. Share permissions Answer: B QUESTION: 520 A system administrator has implemented EFS on the users’ share folders. After copying one of the files from the remote share folder on the server to the local computer, a user reports that the file is now accessible by everyone. Which of the following describes what has happened? A. The local computer has a third party software firewall. B. The latest patches have not been installed on the server. C. The local computer hard drive is formatted with FAT32. D. The server has run out of virtual memory.
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Answer: C QUESTION: 521 A KVM “Crash Cart” is used to do which of the following? A. Load a server into a rack to keep it from crashing.
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