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How frequently is a Policy re-enforced by TMCM against a Managed Product where t
hat Policy has already been deployed?
Select one:
a. The default interval is 24h but this can be changed on the TMCM console
b. In order to reduce network traffic TMCM is designed to re-enforce policies to
Managed Products only whenever a policy is modified by an Administrator
c. Policies deployed to Managed Products are kept synchronized real-time through
a session oriented mechanism
d. The interval is fixed to 24h and cannot be changed
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In a large infrastructure is it possible to use a Control Manager Server to mana
ge other sub-Control Manager Servers?
Select one:
a. Yes, Control Manager Servers can be organized in a cascading structure with a
Parent-Child relationship
b. This is not possible
c. This is possible when the Managed Products are only OSCE, DS and DDI
d. This is only possible when the total number of endpoints protected by all the
Managed Products exceeds 50.000
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What Trend Micro products are you able to manage through Control Manager?
Select one:
a. Deep Security (DS), Deep Discovery Inspector (DDI), OfficeScan Corporate Edit
ion (OSCE)
b. Mobile Security for Enterprise (TMMS), Endpoint Encryption (TMEE), InterScan
Messaging Security (IMsec)
c. Vulnerability Protection (VP), InterScan Web Security Virtual Appliance (IWSV
A), Worry-Free Business Security Services (WFBS-SVC)
d. All of the above
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You notice some update problems on your TMCM managed infrastructure, which of th
e following log files do you check on your TMCM Server?
Select one:
a. tmi_install.log
b. DCS_Install.log
c. TMUDUMP.TXT
d. None of the above
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You are a TMCM administrator and you just added a new OSCE Server to your produc
t tree. Now you want to create a OSCE Policy reflecting the current security set
tings of the newly added OSCE. How do you perform this task?
Select one:
a. Since OSCE 11 settings are not organized in policies you can t create a new Pol
icy importing the current OSCE settings. You need to manually create a new Polic
y reflecting those security settings.
b. You can simply create a new OSCE Policy clicking on the Create new Policy from
OSCE link on the product tree.
c. This is only partially possible. TMCM allows to create a new OSCE Policy ref
lecting only Anti-Malware, Web-Reputation, FW and DLP settings from the newly re
gistered OSCE Server.
d. This is not possible. All current OSCE settings will be lost on behalf of the
Default OSCE Policy which is automatically deployed when a new OSCE is register
ed to TMCM.
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Does TMCM allow to manage the Standalone Smart Protection Server list used for W
eb-Reputation and File-Reputation by all the Managed Products?
Select one:
a. Yes, TMCM can import the list of SPS from all the Managed Products but only A
dministrators are allowed to manage the list.
b. TMCM can import the list of SPS only from OSCE and DS servers but only Admini
strators are allowed to manage the resulting list.
c. This can be done only for single instance TMCM deployment, and not when TMCMs
are arranged in a cascading Parent-Child structure.
d. Not directly, SPS list has to be managed on the local console of each managed
product like OSCE, DS, DD etc.
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As a TMCM Administrator you need to create an OSCE Agent Policy which should be
mandatory on all your managed OSCE Servers. The newly created OSCE Policy should
include Scan Settings, Web-Reputation Settings, Update Agent Settings, but not
Firewall Settings, is that possible?
Select one:
a. No, this is not possible. When you create a new OSCE Agent Policy all the OSC
E Agent modules must be included in the configuration settings.
b. Yes, just go to Policy Management > Create Policy, select the modules you need
to be configured in your Policy, and skip the FW module.
c. Yes, but this is possible only if all OSCE Agents have the FW module licensed
and enabled.
d. Yes, and this is by design. In this version of TMCM you can create an OSCE Ag
ent Policy with configuration settings for all OSCE Agent modules except the FW.
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Which of the following are valid methods to integrate TMCM 6 SP3 with managed pr
oducts like OSCE, DS, DD etc.?
Select one:
a. TMI (TrendMicro Management Infrastructure), MCP (Management & Communication P
rotocol), WSI (Web Service Integration), SCO (Cloud Service Integration)
b. WSI (Web Service Integration), SCO (Cloud Service Integration), FTP (File Tra
nsfer Protocol)
c. MCP (Management & Communication Protocol), SCO (Cloud Service Integration),
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)
d. TMI (TrendMicro Management Infrastructure), MCP (Management & Communication P
rotocol), PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol)
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What TM products do you need in your TMCM managed infrastructure in order to Iso
late at risk endpoints?
Select one:
a. To Isolate at risk endpoints you need an OSCE Agent on the endpoints with DLP
Plug-in enabled.
b. To Isolate at risk endpoints you need an Endpoint Sensor Agent on the endpoin
ts.
c. To Isolate at risk endpoints you need an OSCE Agent on the endpoints with FW
enabled.
d. No additional TM products are needed. TMCM provides this as a built in functi
onality.
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You are the TMCM administrator and you just created Custom Tags to help other us
ers to focus on a group of critical endpoints. Now some Power Users are complain
ing that they can t see any of the Customs Tags created by you, can you explain wh
y?
Select one:
a. Tags visibility is per User with the only exception of the Root account who h
as complete visibility over the tags created by other accounts.
b. The Custom Tags widget on their TMCM management console is missing the proper
scope configuration.
c. Their TMCM management console is temporary disconnected from the database. Th
is can be fixed simply logging-off and logging-on again.
d. All of the above are correct.
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