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CyberArk Exam PAM-SEN Topic 1 Question 32 Discussion

Actual exam question for CyberArk's CyberArk Sentry - PAM exam
Question #: 32
Topic #: 1
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What must you do to synchronize a new Vault server with an organization's NTP server?

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Suggested Answer: A

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Bronwyn
5 days ago
I'm not sure which one is correct, but I think option B) could also be a potential answer.
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Olive
27 days ago
I disagree, I believe the answer is A) Configure an AllowNonStandardFWAddresses rule for the organization's NTP server in DBParm.ini on the Vault server.
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Eleonora
27 days ago
I think the correct answer is D) Update the AutoSyncExternalObjects configuration in DBParm.ini on the Vault server to schedule regular synchronization.
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Gracia
2 months ago
I'm not so sure about that. Didn't the question mention something about the DBParm.ini file? Maybe A or D is the correct answer. I'm a bit confused, to be honest.
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Dante
2 months ago
Hey, don't be so quick to dismiss Vault servers! They're still widely used in a lot of organizations. Anyway, I think B is the way to go. Firewall rules are usually the first step when it comes to server synchronization.
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Lennie
8 days ago
I think B is the best option for syncing with the NTP server.
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Elli
18 days ago
Definitely, setting up rules ensures secure communication.
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Alpha
19 days ago
I agree, firewall rules are crucial for synchronization.
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Ronnie
2 months ago
I don't know, guys. This question seems a bit too specific to me. I mean, who even uses Vault servers these days? I feel like I'm back in the '90s.
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Zana
2 months ago
Personally, I'm leaning towards D. Updating the AutoSyncExternalObjects configuration seems like the most logical way to schedule regular synchronization. But I'm open to other ideas.
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Fletcher
2 months ago
Hmm, I think it might be B. Configuring a firewall rule to allow communication with the NTP server seems like the most straightforward approach. But I'm curious to hear what the rest of you think.
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Jackie
2 months ago
I'm not too sure about this question. It seems a bit tricky, and I'm not entirely familiar with the specifics of Vault server synchronization. Let's see what the others think.
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