Mac OS X Server Essentials v10.3 Exam
You want to restrict managed user Jim from using Safari in the local
/Applications directory on a managed computer to which he has access. Which
of these are valid ways to accomplish this goal? (Choose all that apply.)
A. Using the Get Info window, lock Safari on Jim's computer.
B. Using Workgroup Manager, disable Jim's ability to open applications on the
C. Using Workgroup Manager, remove Safari from the list of Jim's allowed
D. Using the Get Info window for Safari, set the application's privileges to
None for user Jim.
E. Using Workgroup Manager, set up Safari to require an administrator
password for launching.
Answer: B, C
Which TWO statements are true of mobile user accounts? (Choose TWO.)
A. A mobile user account works on iBook and PowerBook computers only.
B. Account information is stored both in a shared domain and locally, on the
C. You create a mobile user by selecting "Mobile User" in the Advanced pane
of Workgroup Manager.
D. A mobile user has two home folders, a local folder and a network folder,
both of which Mac OS X Server v10.3 keeps synchronized, so they contain the
same set of data.
E. If not connected to a network, a mobile user logs in to his computer using the
local copy of the mobile account information. When connected to the network,
however, the operating system authenticates the user using the account
information stored on a shared domain.
Answer: B, E
What is the MAXIMUM number of computers you can import into a computer
Tim has a network user account on a Mac OS X Server v10.3 computer. The
system administrator has given Tim a disk quota of 100 MB. This quota applies
only to files that ar