Review the screenshot, and then answer the question below.
While attempting to reinstall OS X Mountain Lion in Recovery mode, you get the error message shown above. Your Mac is physically connected to an Ethernet network. Which tool can you use to diagnose the problem further?
A. Internet Connect
B. Network Preferences
C. Network Diagnostics
D. Network Utility
What is the role of the launchd process in the startup of an OS X Mountain Lion computer?
A. The kernel starts launchd, then launchd starts all the other processes involved in startup.
B. The init process starts launchd, then launchd starts the items stored in the StartupItems folder.
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 scripts stored in /etc/chron/.
If you use the Get Info window to change Sharing & Permissions settings on a file or folder, Finder preserves and can revert to the previous settings until the window is closed.
If you did not store the recovery key with Apple, and you lose the FileVault-enabled account passwords AND the recovery key, there is no way to recover user data on a FileVault-encrypted volume.
QUESTION 55 HOTSPOT
In the screenshot below, click the icon of the OS X Mountain Lion System Preferences pane where you can disable the feature that restores windows when apps are reopened.
Why might you prefer to shut down and then start up a Mac you are troubleshooting, rather than simply selecting Restart from the Apple menu?
A. Because OS X loads a clean user session on startup only after a shutdown.
B. Because OS X archives errors from the session to the log only during a shutdown.
C. Because OS X performs disk checks on startup only after a shutdown.
D. Because the Mac does a full POST on startup only after a shutdown.
You have configured several network locations on your OS X Mountain Lion computer. How can you change from one location to another?
A. In Network preferences, click Advanced, click Manage Locations, and then select a network location.
B. Choose a network location from the Network Locations Input menu on the right side of the Finder menu bar.
C. Choose Location from the Apple menu, and then choose a network location from the submenu.
D. In Network preferences, choose Manage Locations from the Action pop-up menu below the Interfaces list, and select a network location.
Which IP address could a Mac assign to itself if no DHCP services were available on the network?
Which folder contains items that instruct the launchd process what to launch during OS X Mountain Lion startup?
On your OS X Mountain Lion computer, you want the Finder to display filename extensions by default. How can you configure this setting from the Finder?
A. Choose Preferences from the Finder menu, click Advanced, and select the option “Show all filename extensions.”
B. Control-click anywhere on the Desktop, select Preferences from the pop-up menu, click Advanced, and select the option “Show all filename extensions.”
C. Choose Show View Options from the View menu, and select the option “Show all filename extensions.”
D. Select any file icon, and choose Get Info from the File menu. In the Info window, click the disclosure triangle next to Name & Extension, deselect the option “Hide extension,” and click Change All.