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Q21. Which process can you use to start up a Mac in target disk mode?
A. Start up from the OS X Recovery partition, choose Target Disk Mode from the Startup Disk menu, then restart the Mac.
B. Hold down the S key as the Mac starts up, then enter the command shutdown -r -target.
C. Restart your Mac, then hold down the T key as the Mac starts up.
D. Hold down the Option key as the Mac starts up, until a dialog appears, then select Target Disk Mode from the dialog.
Q22. Review the screenshot of a portion of the Disk Utility application window, then answer the question below.
Which statement best describes the item that's selected?
A. It's one of three stripes in a RAID set.
B. It's one of three file systems on a partition.
C. It's one of three partitions on a disk.
D. It's one of three disks in a RAID set.
Q23. You backed up an OS X computer to a locally connected, unencrypted external hard drive via FireWire. How did Time Machine store the data?
A. Time Machine stored each file as a record in a database.
B. Time Machine amended the file data from each backup to a CPIO archive.
C. Time Machine copied each file directly to the external hard drive.
D. Time Machine copied each file to a disk image on the external hard drive.
Q24. How can you check the signal strength (RSSI) and transmit rate of a Wi-Fi network your computer is connected to?
A. Option-click the Wi-Fi menu item, it will be listed below the network name.
B. In Network Utility, click the Wireless Performance tab.
C. In Network preferences, secondary-click the Wi-Fi network service and choose Connection Status.
D. In Network Diagnostics, click the Interface Status tab and choose Wi-Fi from the interface pop-up menu.
Q25. Review the screenshot, then answer the question below.
You connect a Mac OS Extended (Journaled)-formatted FireWire disk to a Mac configured as shown in the screenshot. What will happen the next time a standard user attempts to mount the hard disk?
A. The disk will mount, and the user will be able to read, modify, and delete any file on the disk.
B. The disk will mount, and the user will be able to read any file on the disk. The user will be required to enter an administrator password to modify or delete files on the disk.
C. The user will be required to enter an administrator password to mount the disk. After the disk is mounted, the user will be able to read, modify, and delete any file on the disk.
D. The user will be required to enter an administrator password to mount the disk. After the disk is mounted, the user will be able to read any file on the disk but be required to reenter an administrator password to modify or delete files.
Q26. When a user logs in, which task is NOT performed by loginwindow or launchd processes?
A. Launch Dock and Finder
B. Launch Login Items specified in Users & Groups preferences
C. Scan for new peripheral devices and register them with Launch Services
D. Configure input device and system settings according to System Preferences
Q27. Which of these are available from the Utilities menu when you start up from the OS X Recovery partition? (Select TWO.)
A. Network Utility
B. AirPort Utility
C. Activity Monitor
D. Migration Assistant
In the screenshot, click an icon of the preference pane where you enable spoken descriptions of items on the computer screen.
Q29. Which information do you need to know about a corporate VPN server before you can configure the built-in VPN capability on an OS X computer to access the corporate network?
A. Whether the corporate VPN server supports PPPoE
B. Whether the corporate VPN server supports DNSSEC
C. Whether the corporate VPN server supports PPTP, L2TP over IPSec, or Cisco IPSec
D. Whether network protocols will be encapsulated by the corporate VPN server
Q30. In OS X, you must authenticate as an administrator before you can install apps from the Mac App Store.