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APC Exam DU0-001 Topic 4 Question 84 Discussion

Actual exam question for APC's DU0-001 exam
Question #: 84
Topic #: 4
[All DU0-001 Questions]

Which access method is used for channeling high traffic through a security

checkpoint?

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Suggested Answer: D

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Peggy
12 days ago
I agree with fingerprint reader is more secure.
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Ciara
13 days ago
I think the answer is C) Fingerprint reader.
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Georgiann
1 months ago
I disagree. Fingerprint readers would be better, right? They're faster than smart cards and more secure than keys or codes.
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Tina
1 months ago
Hmm, I'd say a contactless smart card would be the best option for high-traffic security checkpoints. It's quick and efficient compared to other methods.
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Marge
1 months ago
I'm with you on the contactless smart card. That just seems like the most logical choice for a high-traffic security checkpoint. Can you imagine the chaos if everyone had to dig through their wallets to find their keys? Yikes!
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Alease
1 months ago
Haha, good point! Maybe they could install hand sanitizer dispensers next to the fingerprint scanners. Or they could go with the contactless smart card option to avoid any icky fingerprint shenanigans.
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Broderick
1 months ago
This question seems a bit tricky. I'm not sure if the 'high traffic' part is a red herring or if it's actually relevant to the answer.
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Goldie
1 months ago
Honestly, I'd probably vote for the contactless smart card. It's quick, efficient, and you don't have to worry about getting your digits all over the scanner. Plus, it just sounds more high-tech, you know? Like something you'd see in a futuristic spy movie.
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Glenna
1 months ago
I agree, the fingerprint reader or contactless smart card seem like the most logical choices. Although, I might be a bit concerned about the hygiene factor with the fingerprint reader. Imagine all the germs getting passed around at a busy security checkpoint!
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Cathrine
1 months ago
Definitely a fingerprint reader or a contactless smart card. Those options would allow for faster, more secure access compared to a coded lock or a physical key. I can just imagine the chaos of everyone trying to punch in a code at a busy checkpoint.
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Pamella
1 months ago
Hmm, this seems like a tricky question. I'm not sure which access method would be best for high-traffic security checkpoints. Maybe a fingerprint reader or a contactless smart card would be more efficient than a coded lock or an ordinary key?
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Tawna
4 days ago
D) Contactless smart card
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Devora
9 days ago
C) Fingerprint reader
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