What is the role of the launchd process in the Mac OS X v10.7 system startup process?
A. The init process starts launchd, then launchd starts the scripts stored in /etc/chron/.
B. The kernel starts launchd, then launchd starts all the other processes involved in startup.
C. launchd starts the init process, then init starts all the other processes involved in startup.
D. The init process starts launchd, then launchd starts the items stored in the StartupItems folder.
Review the screenshot of the About This Mac window, and then answer the question below.
You want to find the System Software Build number of the copy of Mac OS X v10.7 running on a computer. Where should you click in the About This Mac window, shown above, to find the answer without opening another application?
A. Apple logo icon
B. Mac OS X
C. Version 10.7
D. More Info button
Which statement presents a benefit of protected memory?
A. Applications that crash automatically save open files.
B. Data in memory used by running applications is encrypted.
C. Applications that crash have the data in memory saved to a new file.
D. Applications that crash do not adversely affect other running applications.
Which of these environments is commonly used to run cross-platform, graphical UNIX applications?
You want to update a Mac OS X v10.7 computer to Mac OS X v10.7. Which aspect of the computers current configuration can you choose NOT to change when using the Archive and Install option to install Mac OS X v10.7?
A. System fonts
B. Hardware drivers
C. Network settings
D. Printer configurations
Which application environment is NOT supported by Mac OS X v10.7?
When upgrading the operating system on a computer to Mac OS v10.7, which four steps should you perform prior to running the Installer? Choose four.
A. Backup vital files.
B. Disable the root account.
C. Check for firmware updates.
D. Verify application compatibility.
E. Document configuration settings.
F. Enable ownership on mounted volumes.
G. Disable ownership on mounted volumes.
H. Unmount all mounted external volumes.
What are two reasons a system administrator might choose to store user accounts on a directory server? Choose two – partial credit possible.
A. So that users can access their FileVault-protected home directories quickly.
B. So that users can access a variety of services using the same account credentials.
C. So that the admin user can manage user accounts centrally on the directory server, rather than individually on each client workstation.
D. So that the admin user can implement Windows-style hashes for SMB/CIFS file sharing; hashes are supported for directory accounts, but not for local accounts.
E. So that the admin user can use parental controls to manage users; parental controls restrictions can only be implemented on accounts stored on a directory server.
Which two statements are true of file and folder permissions in the Finder in Mac OS X v10.7? Choose two.
A. A user with Write only permissions to a folder can delete any file in that folder.
B. A user with Write only permissions to a folder can rename any file in that folder.
C. A user with Write only permissions to a folder cannot view any files in that folder.
D. A user with Read only permissions to a folder cannot view any files in that folder.
E. A user with Read only permissions to a folder cannot rename any files in that folder.
A user, Kim, has an account on a Mac OS X v10.7 computer. By default, other local users can view the contents of which of these folders inside Kim’s home folder?