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Exam Code: 200-155
Exam Name: Introducing Cisco Data Center Technologies
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6.Now that you have a fully functioning CA hierarchy in each location, and that the trusted network is well underway, you are called in to meet with Blue. Blue comes into the room, and you talk to one another for a while. It seems that now with the CA hierarchy in place, you need to plan the certificate rollout for the individual users and computers in the network. Since this is the executive building, Blue places higher security requirements here than on the other buildings. Certificates need to be issued to all the entities, computers and users, in the network. Blue has decided that for all senior level management, the process for certificate issuance should be even more secure than the rest of the deployment. Based on this information, and you understanding of the Certkiller environment, choose the best solution to assigning certificates to the computers and users of the trusted network in the Executive building:}
A. You meet with the other administrators of the executive building and let them know what you are working on, and how they can help. You will first assign certificates to the computers in the network, followed by assigning certificates to the users in the network. For this task, you divide the other administrators into four teams, one per floor of the building. Each team will be responsible for the assigning of certificates to the computers and users on the corresponding floor. To make the process faster, you have decided to install a new CA for each floor. The team leader on each floor will install and configure
the CA, and you will oversee the process. With the new CAs installed, one administrator from each team goes to each desk on the floor and makes a request for a certificate for the computer using Internet Explorer. Once the machine certificate is installed, the administrator has each user log on to their machine and the administrator walks the user through the process of connecting to the CA_SERVER\certsrv on their floor to request a user certificate. To ensure the security of the senior level management, you lead the team on the fourth floor. You install the new CA yourself, and oversee the configuration of the certificates for every machine and user on the floor.
B. You meet with the other administrators of the executive building and let them know what you are working on, and how they can help. You will first assign certificates to the computers in the network. To make the process easier, you have decided to configure the network so that the computers will request certificates automatically. In order to do this you perform the following 200-155 exam steps:
1. You open Active Directory Users and Computers
2. You use Group Policy to edit the domain policy that is controlling the executive building.
3. You expand Computer Configuration to Public Key Policies, and you click the Automatic Certificate request option.
4. In the template list, you select computer, and define CA as the location to send the request.

5. You restart the computers that you can, and wait for the policy to refresh on the systems you cannot restart.
Once you finishing setting up the computers to be assigned certificates, you shift your focus to all the users in the executive building. In order to have each user obtain a certificate you issue a memo (the actual memo goes into extreme detail on each step, even listing common questions and answers) to all users that instructs them to perform the following steps:
1. Log on to your computer as your normal user account
2. Open Internet Explorer, and to connect to the CA_SERVER\certsrv.
3. Select the option to Request A Certificate, and to choose a User Certificate Request type, then submit the request.
4. When the certificate is issued, click the Install This Certificate hyperlink on screen. Finally, you address the senior level management. For these people, you want the security to be higher, so you select a stronger algorithm for their certificates. With all the other certificates, you used the default key strength and algorithms. However, the senior level management needs higher security. Therefore, you personally walk each person through the process of requesting a certificate; only you ensure that they select 1024-bit AES as their encryption algorithm.
C. You meet with the other administrators of the executive building and let them know what you are working on, and how they can help. You will first assign certificates to the computers in the network. To make the process easier, you have decided to configure the network so that the computers will request certificates automatically. In order to do this you perform the following 200-155 dumps steps:
1. You open Active Directory Users and Computers
2. You use Group Policy to edit the domain policy that is controlling the executive building.
3. You expand Computer Configuration to Public Key Policies, and you click the Automatic Certificate request option.
4. In the template list, you select computer, and define CA as the location to send the request.
5. You restart the computers that you can, and wait for the policy to refresh on the systems you cannot restart.
Once you finishing setting up the computers to be assigned certificates, you shift your focus to all the users in the executive building. In order to have each user obtain a certificate you issue a memo (the actual memo goes into extreme detail on each step, even listing common questions and answers) to all users that instructs them to perform the following steps:
1. Log on to your computer as your normal user account
2. Open Internet Explorer, and to connect to the CA_SERVER\certsrv.
3. Select the option to Request A Certificate, and to choose a User Certificate Request type, then submit the request.
4. When the certificate is issued, click the Install This Certificate hyperlink on screen.
Finally, you address the senior level management. For these people, you want the security to be higher, so you select a different certificate scheme. By using a different
  scheme, you ensure that there will be no possibility of other people in the building gaining access to the senior level management accounts. For these accounts you utilize licensed PGP digital certificates that can be used for both authentication and secure email. You personally show each manager how to create and use their key ring, providing for very secure communication.
D. You meet with the other administrators of the executive building and let them know what you are working on, and how they can help. You will first assign certificates to the computers in the network. To make the process easier, you have decided to configure the network so that the computers will request certificates automatically. In order to do this you perform the following 200-155 pdf  steps:
1. You open Active Directory Users and Computers
2. You use Group Policy to edit the domain policy that is controlling the executive building.
3. You expand Computer Configuration to Public Key Policies, and you click the Automatic Certificate request option.
4. In the template list, you select computer, and define CA as the location to send the request.
5. You restart the computers that you can, and wait for the policy to refresh on the systems you cannot restart.
Once you finishing setting up the computers to be assigned certificates, you shift your focus to the users, except for the senior management, in the executive building. In order to have each user obtain a certificate you issue a memo (the actual memo goes into extreme detail on each step, even listing common questions and answers) to all users that instructs them to perform the following steps:
1. Log on to your computer as your normal user account
2. Open Internet Explorer, and to connect to the CA_SERVER\certsrv.
3. Select the option to Request A Certificate, and to choose a User Certificate Request type, then submit the request.
4. When the certificate is issued, click the Install This Certificate hyperlink on screen.
Finally, you address the senior level management in the building. For these people, you personally go into their office and walk through the steps with each person.
1. The user logs on to the computer with their normal user account
2. You open the MMC and add the personal certificates snap-in
3. You right-click certificates and Request A New Certificate
4. The user fills in the requested information, and you verify this information.
5. You put the certificate request onto a USB drive, and take the request back to the CA.
6. You put the USB drive into the CA, manually process the request, and put the issued certificate onto the USB drive.
7. You bring the USB drive back to each person, and manually import their new certificate
E. You meet with the other administrators of the executive building and let them know what you are working on, and how they can help. You will first assign certificates to the computers in the network. To make the process easier, you have decided to configure the network so that the computers will request certificates automatically. In order to do this
  you perform the following 200-155 vce steps:
1. You open Active Directory Users and Computers
2. You use Group Policy to edit the domain policy that is controlling the executive building.
3. You expand Computer Configuration to Public Key Policies, and you click the Automatic Certificate request option.
4. In the template list, you select computer, and define CA as the location to send the request.
5. You restart the computers that you can, and wait for the policy to refresh on the systems you cannot restart.
Once you finishing setting up the computers to be assigned certificates, you shift your focus to all the users in the executive building. In order to have each user obtain a certificate you issue a memo (the actual memo goes into extreme detail on each step, even listing common questions and answers) to all users that instructs them to perform the following steps:
1. Log on to your computer as your normal user account
2. Open Internet Explorer, and to connect to the CA_SERVER\certsrv.
3. Select the option to Request A Certificate, and to choose a User Certificate Request type, then submit the request.
4. When the certificate is issued, click the Install This Certificate hyperlink on screen.
Answer: D

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