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The "Secure transfer required" feature is now supported in Azure Storage account. This featureenhances the security of your storage account by enforcing all requests to your account through asecure connection. This feature is disabled by default.1. In Azure Portal select you Azure Storage account rg1lod10598168n1.2. Select Configuration, and Secure Transfer required.Reference:-Azure-Storage/m-p/82475Question: 139SIMULATIONUse the following login credentials as needed:To enter your username, place your cursor in the Sign in box and click on the username below.To enter your password, place your cursor in the Enter password box and click on the passwordbelow.Azure Username: [email protected]Azure Password: Ag1Bh9!#BdThe following information is for technical support purposes only:Lab Instance: 10598168Questions and Answers PDF164/219
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You need to ensure that the rg1lod10598168n1 Azure Storage account is encrypted by using a keystored in the KeyVault10598168 Azure key vault.To complete this task, sign in to the Azure portal.Answer:Step 1: To enable customer-managed keys in the Azure portal, follow these steps:1. Navigate to your storage account rg1lod10598168n1Questions and Answers PDF166/219
2. On the Settings blade for the storage account, click Encryption. Select the Use your own keyoption, as shown in the following figure.Step 2: Specify a key from a key vaultTo specify a key from a key vault, first make sure that you have a key vault that contains a key. Tospecify a key from a key vault, follow these steps:4. Choose the Select from Key Vault option.5. Choose the key vault KeyVault10598168 containing the key you want to use.6. Choose the key from the key vault.Reference:Question: 140HOTSPOTYou have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant that contains the users shown in the followingtable.Questions and Answers PDF167/219
You create and enforce an Azure AD Identity Protection sign-in risk policy that has the followingsettings:• Assignments: Include Group1, exclude Group2• Conditions: Sign-in risk level: Medium and above• Access Allow access, Require multi-factor authenticationYou need to identify what occurs when the users sign in to Azure AD.What should you identify for each user? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answerarea.NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.Answer:Questions and Answers PDF168/219
Explanation:References:-access-policies/-protection-policies-protection-risksQuestion: 141HOTSPOT

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