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CyberArk Exam ACCESS-DEF Topic 1 Question 7 Discussion

Actual exam question for CyberArk's CyberArk Defender Access exam
Question #: 7
Topic #: 1
[All CyberArk Defender Access Questions]

A customer's IT admin asks you to disable CyberArk Identity Connector auto-update software options.

Which statement is correct?

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Suggested Answer: C

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Corazon
12 days ago
I disagree, I believe the answer is A)
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Melvin
28 days ago
I'm not sure, but I think answer D) could also be valid
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Vicky
29 days ago
I think the correct answer is C)
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Laine
2 months ago
Exactly! Plus, who wants to be messing around with server configs? That's just asking for trouble. Keep it simple, keep it safe.
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Timmy
3 days ago
That makes sense. It's better to disable it directly on the server.
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Nobuko
7 days ago
C) The Connector software auto-update can be disabled on the CyberArk Identity Connector server under the configuration window.
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Lindsay
2 months ago
Come on, guys, let's be serious here. Option D seems the most straightforward and user-friendly. Why go through the hassle of a support ticket when you can just do it in the admin portal?
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Laine
2 months ago
Haha, you know, I bet the CyberArk support team just has a big red button that says 'Disable Auto-Update' that they can press. Just call them up and ask nicely!
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Jerilyn
2 months ago
I'm not so sure about that. Submitting a support ticket to CyberArk might be the safest option. They would know the best way to handle this without causing any issues.
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Moon
2 months ago
I agree, C seems like the most logical choice. Plus, giving the customer the ability to disable the auto-update remotely seems a bit risky from a security standpoint.
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Novella
2 months ago
Hmm, this is an interesting question. I'm not entirely sure about the correct answer, but I'm leaning towards option C. The Connector software auto-update seems like it should be configurable on the server itself.
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