System Administration of Mac OS X Clients v10.3
Your umask is set to 026. You use touch from the command line to create a new
file. What are the permissions on the new file?
What three (3) pieces of information must be specified in the Active Directory
plug-in configuration in order for Mac OS X v10.3 to bind to Active Directory via
the Active Directory plug-in? (Choose THREE)
A. IP address
B. Computer ID
C. Ethernet Address
D. Active Directory Tree
E. Active Directory Forest
F. Active Directory Domain
G. Active Directory Mount Point
Answer: B, E, F
Which two (2) statements about passwords for local user accounts in Mac OS X
v10.3 are true? (Choose TWO.)
A. DirectoryService is the authoritative authentication agent for crypt and shadow
B. A crypt password can be 32 bytes in length; a shadow password has no length
C. A crypt password is stored as a hash in the user account; a shadow password
is stored as several hashes in a file.
D. A crypt password is accessible by anyone using the computer; a shadow
password is only accessible by the System Administrator (root).
E. Mac OS X v10.3 creates crypt passwords by default; shadow passwords are
created for a user account when the option is specified in System Preferences.
Answer: C, D
Which is a limitation of using lookupd -d?
A. The daemon, lookupd, is interactive.
B. The results of the lookupd -d command are from a new instance of lookupd.
C. The lookupd -d command is used to find information on DNS resolution.
D. If configured to use DSAgent, the lookupd -d command will get the same
results as DirectoryService.
If a router on the Internet receives a packet destined for a private (non-r