70-272 Self-Paced Training Kit Lesson Review question error???

Discussion in 'MCDST' started by Ribble24, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. Ribble24

    Ribble24 Guest

    I believe that there is an error with the answer to Lesson 3 lesson review
    question #2 for chapter 5 (page 5-45).

    The question:
    "You need to configure a security setting for the Internet zone for users
    who access websites from a computer located in the company's lunchroom.
    Network administrators have configured Group Policy, physically secured the
    computer, and performed similar tasks, and have asked you to confiure a
    security level for the Internet zone that will apply the following rules by
    default:
    -Disable Download unsigned ActiveX controls; initialize and script ActiveX
    controls not marked as safe.
    -Enable Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins; script ActiveX controls marked
    safe for scripting.
    -Prompt Download signed ActiveX controls; install desktop items.

    Which security level offers these default settings for the Internet zone?"

    I believe the answer would be "Medium(default for the internet zone)", but
    the answer, on page 5-53, says "The High security level offers the desired
    settings."

    Am I missing something here or is this a possible error within the book?

    Thanks in advance.
     
    Ribble24, Apr 26, 2006
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  2. Ribble24

    Jay Guest

    Ribble24,
    Microsoft corrects this here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875453/en-us
    Thanks for pointing it out!
    -Jay

    Ribble24 wrote:
    > I believe that there is an error with the answer to Lesson 3 lesson review
    > question #2 for chapter 5 (page 5-45).
    >
    > The question:
    > "You need to configure a security setting for the Internet zone for users
    > who access websites from a computer located in the company's lunchroom.
    > Network administrators have configured Group Policy, physically secured the
    > computer, and performed similar tasks, and have asked you to confiure a
    > security level for the Internet zone that will apply the following rules by
    > default:
    > -Disable Download unsigned ActiveX controls; initialize and script ActiveX
    > controls not marked as safe.
    > -Enable Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins; script ActiveX controls marked
    > safe for scripting.
    > -Prompt Download signed ActiveX controls; install desktop items.
    >
    > Which security level offers these default settings for the Internet zone?"
    >
    > I believe the answer would be "Medium(default for the internet zone)", but
    > the answer, on page 5-53, says "The High security level offers the desired
    > settings."
    >
    > Am I missing something here or is this a possible error within the book?
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
     
    Jay, Apr 28, 2006
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  3. Ribble24

    Ribble24 Guest

    Thanks for the link to the correction Jay, I appreciate it.

    "Jay" wrote:

    > Ribble24,
    > Microsoft corrects this here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875453/en-us
    > Thanks for pointing it out!
    > -Jay
    >
    > Ribble24 wrote:
    > > I believe that there is an error with the answer to Lesson 3 lesson review
    > > question #2 for chapter 5 (page 5-45).
    > >
    > > The question:
    > > "You need to configure a security setting for the Internet zone for users
    > > who access websites from a computer located in the company's lunchroom.
    > > Network administrators have configured Group Policy, physically secured the
    > > computer, and performed similar tasks, and have asked you to confiure a
    > > security level for the Internet zone that will apply the following rules by
    > > default:
    > > -Disable Download unsigned ActiveX controls; initialize and script ActiveX
    > > controls not marked as safe.
    > > -Enable Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins; script ActiveX controls marked
    > > safe for scripting.
    > > -Prompt Download signed ActiveX controls; install desktop items.
    > >
    > > Which security level offers these default settings for the Internet zone?"
    > >
    > > I believe the answer would be "Medium(default for the internet zone)", but
    > > the answer, on page 5-53, says "The High security level offers the desired
    > > settings."
    > >
    > > Am I missing something here or is this a possible error within the book?
    > >
    > > Thanks in advance.

    >
     
    Ribble24, Apr 28, 2006
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  4. Ribble24

    Jay Guest

    No Problem Ribble24
    Thank you for the heads up on the error
    BTW, did you take the test yet?
    -Jay

    Ribble24 wrote:
    > Thanks for the link to the correction Jay, I appreciate it.
    >
    > "Jay" wrote:
    >
    >> Ribble24,
    >> Microsoft corrects this here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875453/en-us
    >> Thanks for pointing it out!
    >> -Jay
    >>
    >> Ribble24 wrote:
    >>> I believe that there is an error with the answer to Lesson 3 lesson review
    >>> question #2 for chapter 5 (page 5-45).
    >>>
    >>> The question:
    >>> "You need to configure a security setting for the Internet zone for users
    >>> who access websites from a computer located in the company's lunchroom.
    >>> Network administrators have configured Group Policy, physically secured the
    >>> computer, and performed similar tasks, and have asked you to confiure a
    >>> security level for the Internet zone that will apply the following rules by
    >>> default:
    >>> -Disable Download unsigned ActiveX controls; initialize and script ActiveX
    >>> controls not marked as safe.
    >>> -Enable Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins; script ActiveX controls marked
    >>> safe for scripting.
    >>> -Prompt Download signed ActiveX controls; install desktop items.
    >>>
    >>> Which security level offers these default settings for the Internet zone?"
    >>>
    >>> I believe the answer would be "Medium(default for the internet zone)", but
    >>> the answer, on page 5-53, says "The High security level offers the desired
    >>> settings."
    >>>
    >>> Am I missing something here or is this a possible error within the book?
    >>>
    >>> Thanks in advance.
     
    Jay, Apr 28, 2006
    #4
  5. Ribble24

    Ribble24 Guest

    This Thursday...I'll let you know how it goes.

    "Jay" wrote:

    > No Problem Ribble24
    > Thank you for the heads up on the error
    > BTW, did you take the test yet?
    > -Jay
    >
    > Ribble24 wrote:
    > > Thanks for the link to the correction Jay, I appreciate it.
    > >
    > > "Jay" wrote:
    > >
    > >> Ribble24,
    > >> Microsoft corrects this here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875453/en-us
    > >> Thanks for pointing it out!
    > >> -Jay
    > >>
    > >> Ribble24 wrote:
    > >>> I believe that there is an error with the answer to Lesson 3 lesson review
    > >>> question #2 for chapter 5 (page 5-45).
    > >>>
    > >>> The question:
    > >>> "You need to configure a security setting for the Internet zone for users
    > >>> who access websites from a computer located in the company's lunchroom.
    > >>> Network administrators have configured Group Policy, physically secured the
    > >>> computer, and performed similar tasks, and have asked you to confiure a
    > >>> security level for the Internet zone that will apply the following rules by
    > >>> default:
    > >>> -Disable Download unsigned ActiveX controls; initialize and script ActiveX
    > >>> controls not marked as safe.
    > >>> -Enable Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins; script ActiveX controls marked
    > >>> safe for scripting.
    > >>> -Prompt Download signed ActiveX controls; install desktop items.
    > >>>
    > >>> Which security level offers these default settings for the Internet zone?"
    > >>>
    > >>> I believe the answer would be "Medium(default for the internet zone)", but
    > >>> the answer, on page 5-53, says "The High security level offers the desired
    > >>> settings."
    > >>>
    > >>> Am I missing something here or is this a possible error within the book?
    > >>>
    > >>> Thanks in advance.

    >
     
    Ribble24, May 2, 2006
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