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Management recently mandated that computer monitors must be positioned so that they cannot be viewed from outside any windows. Additionally, users are directed to place screen filters over their monitors. What is the purpose of this policy?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 3
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Users are complaining about intermittent connectivity with a web server. After examining the logs, you identify a large volume of connection attempts from public IP addresses. You realize these connection attempts are overloading the server, preventing it from responding to other connections. Which of the following is MOST likely occurring?CorrectIncorrect
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You are tasked with enabling NTP on some servers within your organization’s DMZ. Which of the following use cases are you MOST likely supporting with this action?CorrectIncorrect