How can you do this?

You have two rules, ten users, and two user groups in a Security Policy. You create database version 1 for this configuration. You then delete two existing users andadd a new user group. You modify one rule and add two new rules to the Rule Base. You save the Security Policy and create database version […]

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What occurs with the remote Gateway after reboot?

Your Security Management Server fails and does not reboot. One of your remote Security Gateways managed by the Security Management Server reboots. Whatoccurs with the remote Gateway after reboot? A. Since the Security Management Server is not available, the remote Gateway cannot fetch the Security Policy. Therefore, all traffic is allowed through the Gateway. B. […]

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How can you unlock this account?

The third-shift Administrator was updating Security Management Server access settings in Global Properties and testing. He managed to lock himself out of hisaccount. How can you unlock this account? A. Type fwm unlock_admin from the Security Management Server command line. B. Type fwm unlock_admin -u from the Security Gateway command line. C. Type fwm lock_admin […]

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How should you unlock these accounts?

The third-shift Administrator was updating Security Management Server access settings in Global Properties. He managed to lock all administrators out of theiraccounts. How should you unlock these accounts? A. Delete the file admin.lock in the Security Management Server directory $FWDIR/tmp/. B. Reinstall the Security Management Server and restore using upgrade_import. C. Type fwm lock_admin -ua […]

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You are the Security Administrator for ABC-Corp.

You are the Security Administrator for ABC-Corp. A Check Point Firewall is installed and in use on GAi A. You are concerned that the system might not be retainingyour entries for the interfaces and routing configuration. You would like to verify your entries in the corresponding file(s) on GAi A. Where can you view them? […]

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How do you configure this change?

When using GAiA, it might be necessary to temporarily change the MAC address of the interface eth 0 to 00:0C:29:12:34:56. After restarting the network the old MAC address should be active. How do you configure this change? As expert user, issue these commands: A. Edit the file /etc/sysconfig/netconf.C and put the new MAC address in […]

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