Mac OS X
Help Desk Essentials v10.3 Exam
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Which can you NOT do using the Kerberos application
in Mac OS X v10.3?
A. View a ticket.
B. Renew a ticket.
C. Force a network service to accept a ticket.
D. Change the password you sue to get a ticket.
Using Directory Access, you can configure your computer
A. Use a specific WINS server for SMB service discovery.
B. Be a member of more than one Windows workgroup.
C. Disable Finder's Connect to Server feature.
D. Use AppleTalk to discover SMB services.
Over which three of these protocols can network volumes
be mounted using the "Connect to Server" command
from the Finder? Choose three.
Answer: A, C, E
In Mac OS X v10.3, the default permission for Group
and Others on the Drop Box folder in a user's Public
folder are ____________.
A. Read only
B. Write only
C. No Access
D. Read & Write
The Accounts pane of System Preferences lets you configure
an account to __________.
A. Have Read only access.
B. Use a Simple Finder environment
C. Recognize multiple valid passwords
D. Log in to the computer only via FTP
Which statement about FileVault is TRUE?
A. Once a user enables FileVault, it cannot be disabled.
B. FileVault can only be enabled for non-administrator
C. There is no way to recover a FileVault-protected
account user's data if the password is lost.
D. When a user enables FileVault, that user's home directory
is transferred into an encrypted disk image.
In Mac OS X v10.3, where can a non-administrator user
named "ann" store her files?
Which statement about file and folder permissions is
TRUE Mac OS X v10.3?
A. Any user can delete a file from another user's Drop
B. A file's permissions are always identical to its
enclosing folder's permissions.
C. A user Read only permissions to a folder cannot view
any files in that folder.
D. A user with Read & Write permissions to a folder
cannot delete any files in that folder.
E. A user with Read only permissions to a folder cannot
rename any files in that folder.
Pages 81-82, Mac OS X Help Desk Essentials Apple Training
When you delete a user named "Abc" using the
graphical user interface in Mac OS X v10.3, the contents
of Abc's home folder can be ______________. (Choose
all that apply.)
A. Deleted immediately
B. Moved to a folder named "Abc Deleted"
C. Converted to a .sit file and moved to the Deleted
D. Converted to a .zip file and moved to the Deleted
E. Converted to a .dmg file and moved to the Deletes
Answer: A, E
How does an administrator user delete another user in
Mac OS X v10.3 OS X v10.3?
A. Open Terminal and use the du command to delete the
B. Open the Users control panel, select a user to delete,
and click the Delete button.
C. Open the Accounts pane of System Preferences, select
a user to delete, and click the Delete (minus sign)
D. Open the /Users folder, select a user's folder to
delete, drag the folder to the Trash, and choose Empty
Trash from the finder menu.