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You have a server that runs Windows Server. The server is configured to encrypt all incoming traffic by using a connection security rule. You need to ensure that Server1 can respond to the unencrypted tracert commands initiated from computers on the same network.
What should you do from Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security?

  1. From the IPsec Settings, configure IPsec defaults.
  2. Create a new custom outbound rule that allows ICMPv4 protocol connections for all profiles.
  3. Change the Firewall state of the Private profile to Off.
  4. From the IPsec Settings, configure IPsec exemptions.

Answer(s): D



You have an Azure virtual machine named VM1.
You enable Microsoft Defender SmartScreen on VM1.
You need to ensure that the SmartScreen messages displayed to users are logged.
What should you do?

  1. From a command prompt, run WinRM quickconfig.
  2. From the local Group Policy, modify the Advanced Audit Policy Configuration settings.
  3. From Event Viewer, enable the Debug log.
  4. From the Windows Security app, configure the Virus & threat protection settings.

Answer(s): C


Reference:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/threat-protection/microsoft-defender-smartscreen/microsoftdefender-smartscreen-overview



HOTSPOT (Drag and Drop is not supported)
Your network contains an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain. The domain contains a server named Server1 that runs Windows Server.
You run Get-BitLockerVolume -MountPoint C,D | fl *, which generates the following output.



You need to ensure that volume D will be unlocked automatically when Server1 restarts.
How should you complete the command? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

  1. See Explanation section for answer.

Answer(s): A

Explanation:




Box 1: Add-BitLockerKeyProtector
From the exhibit we see for volume D that AutoUnlockEnabled is False, and AutoUnlockKeyStored is empty.
The Add-BitLockerKeyProtector cmdlet adds a protector for the volume key of the volume protected with BitLocker Drive Encryption.
Example: The following example adds an ADAccountOrGroup protector to the previously encrypted operating system volume using the SID of the account:
Add-BitLockerKeyProtector C: -ADAccountOrGroupProtector -ADAccountOrGroup S-1-5-21-3651336348-8937238915-291003330-500
Active Directory-based protectors are normally used to unlock Failover Cluster enabled volumes.

Box 2: Service
The -Service parameter indicates that the system account for this computer unlocks the encrypted volume.
Add-BitLockerKeyProtector syntax with use of the ADAccountOrGroupProtector parameter:

Add-BitLockerKeyProtector
[-MountPoint] <String[]>
[-ADAccountOrGroupProtector]
[-ADAccountOrGroup] <String>
[-Service]
[-WhatIf]
[-Confirm]
[<CommonParameters>]
Incorrect:
* Enable-BitLockerAutoUnlock
The Enable-BitLockerAutoUnlock cmdlet enables automatic unlocking for a volume protected by BitLocker Disk Encryption.
The command has no -ADAccountOrGroupProtector parameter.
Syntax:

Enable-BitLockerAutoUnlock
[-MountPoint] <String[]>
[-WhatIf]
[-Confirm]
[<CommonParameters>]
* The Clear-BitLockerAutoUnlock cmdlet removes all automatic unlocking keys used by BitLocker Drive Encryption. BitLocker stores these keys for the fixed data drives of a system on a volume that hosts a BitLocker-enabled operating system volume so that it can automatically unlock the fixed and removable data volumes in a system. This makes it easier for users to access data volumes.
Syntax: Clear-BitLockerAutoUnlock []


Reference:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/information-protection/bitlocker/bitlocker-use-bitlocker-drive-encryption-tools-to-manage-bitlocker https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/bitlocker/add-bitlockerkeyprotector



HOTSPOT (Drag and Drop is not supported)
Your network contains an on-premises Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain named contoso.com. The domain contains the accounts shown in the following table.

The domain is configured to store BitLocker recovery keys in Active Directory.
Admin1 and Admin2 perform the following configurations:

1. Admin1 turns on BitLocker Drive Encryption (BitLocker) for volume C on Server1.
2. Admin1 moves Server1 to OU1.
3. Admin2 turns on BitLocker for removable volume E on Server2.
4. Admin2 moves removable volume E from Server2 to Server1 and unlocks the volume.
On which Active Directory object can you view each BitLocker recovery key? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

  1. See Explanation section for answer.

Answer(s): A

Explanation:




Box 1: Server1
You can configure Group Policies in your domain so that when encrypting any drive with BitLocker, the computer will save the recovery key in its computer object account in AD (like storing a local computer administrator password generated using LAPS).
Box 2: Server2


Reference:

http://woshub.com/store-bitlocker-recovery-keys-active-directory/



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