The following rules can be used to distinguish between users in the accounting

The following rules can be used to distinguish

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application. The following rules can be used to distinguish between users in the accounting department and users in the IT department: All users in the accounting department are members of a group named Company\Accounting. Some users in the IT department are members of the Company\Accounting group. All users in the IT department are members of a group named Company\Domain Admin. No users in the accounting department are members of the Company\Domain Admin group. You need to configure URL authorization for the application by adding an <authorization> element to the Web.config file in the application root. Which element should you use? A. <authorization> <deny roles=”Company\Domain Admin”/> <allow roles=”Company\Accounting”/> <deny users=”*”/> </authorization> B. <authorization> <allow roles=”Company\Accounting”/> <deny roles=”Company\Domain Admin”/> <dent users=”?”/> <authorization> C. <authorization> <deny roles=”Domain Admin”/> <allow roles=”Accounting”/> <deny users=”*”/> </authorization> D. <authorization> <allow roles=”Accounting”/> <deny roles=”Domain Admin”/> <deny users=”?”/> </authorization> Answer: A Explanation <authorization> Element Configures ASP.NET authorization support. The <authorization> tag controls client access to URL resources. This element can be declared at any level (machine, site, application, subdirectory, or page). <configuration> <system.web>
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