Implement & Support Microsoft Windows 2008 Servers Chapter 9 - Knowledge Assessment Assignment

Student: Todd Tomasko Date: April 20, 2013
1. In which of the following scenarios would public key encryption keep a message sent from User A to User B private?  A. User A encrypts a message with User B’s public key 2. Which of the following is a feature unique to enterprise CAs?  B. certificate autoenrollment 3. Which of the following tasks can you not perform on a version 1 certificate template?  B. change the expiration date of the template 4. You are reviewing enrollment methods and have determined that you will implement three methods for certificate enrollment: Web-based enrollment, the Certificate Enrollment Wizard in the Certificates console, and autoenrollment. Which of the following criteria must you meet if you want a client to use the Certificates console to enroll certificates? (Choose all that apply)  A. This issuing CA must be an enterprise CA  B. The computer running the Certificates console must be a member of an Active Directory domain  D. The client computer must be running Windows 2000 or later 5. Your organization’s security policy has a requirement that passwords not be stored with reversible encryption. Which of the following authentication protocols can you not use for Remote Access connections?  C. CHAP  D. PAP 6. Which of the following CA types requires administrators to manually issue certificates?  D. Standalone 7. Which of the following VPN protocols uses IPsec for encryption?  C. Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol 8. Which of the following certificate enrollment methods can a client use to request a certificate from either an enterprise or a standalone CA?  B. Web enrollment 9. Which of the following protocols negotiates the authentication method used by a client and a server while establishing a Remote Access connection?  D. Point-to-Point Protocol 10. In a three-level PKI hierarchy, which of the following CA types always receives its own certificate from the root CA?  B. intermediate CA

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