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Fortinet Exam NSE5_FMG-7.2 Topic 1 Question 3 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE5_FMG-7.2 exam
Question #: 3
Topic #: 1
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An administrator is replacing a failed device on FortiManager by running the following command:

execute device replace sn .

Which device name and serial number must the administrator use?

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Suggested Answer: C

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Jerry
2 days ago
I think the administrator should use the device name of the failed device and serial number of the new device.
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Michael
10 days ago
I think option C is the most logical choice here. The administrator should use the device name of the failed device and serial number of the new device to ensure proper replacement.
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Mitsue
12 days ago
Hmm, maybe you're right. But wouldn't it make more sense to use the serial number of the failed device to identify it?
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Herman
26 days ago
Actually, I believe the correct answer is using the device name and serial number of the new device to replace the failed device.
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Mitsue
27 days ago
I think the administrator should use the device name of the failed device and serial number of the new device.
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Cheryl
1 months ago
Alright, alright, let's not get too carried away here. I think we're all making good points, but I'm gonna have to go with B as well. It just seems like the most sensible option to me. Now, let's move on to the next question and try not to overthink it this time, okay?
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Delila
2 months ago
Haha, no doubt! They're probably sitting back and chuckling, thinking, 'Let's see if these poor souls can figure this one out.' Well, joke's on them, because we're a pretty smart bunch!
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Enola
2 months ago
I agree with Santos. It makes sense that we'd use the information for the failed device, not the new one. But I'm still not 100% sure, so I'll have to think about it some more.
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Gwenn
2 days ago
I think you're right. It wouldn't make sense to use the new device's info.
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Long
7 days ago
B) The device name and serial number of the failed device
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Vivan
2 months ago
I agree with you both. Option B sounds like the most logical choice. Although, I have to say, the wording of this question is a bit confusing. Whoever wrote this exam is probably having a laugh at our expense.
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Mary
1 months ago
I agree, the wording could be clearer, but I'm sticking with option B.
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Gabriele
1 months ago
Yeah, it's definitely a tricky question, but I think it's asking for the details of the failed device.
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Felix
1 months ago
I agree, option B does seem like the most logical choice.
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Kattie
1 months ago
D) The device name and serial number of the new device
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Pearlene
1 months ago
C) The device name of the failed device and serial number of the new device
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Malcolm
1 months ago
B) The device name and serial number of the failed device
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Sommer
1 months ago
A) The device name of the new device and serial number of the failed device
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Santos
2 months ago
Hmm, this is a tricky one. I'm not entirely sure about the correct answer, but I think it might be B. The device name and serial number of the failed device. That seems to make the most sense to me, since we're replacing the failed device, not the new one.
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Audrie
2 months ago
Yeah, that's my guess too. It wouldn't make sense to use the new device's information, since the command is specifically for replacing the failed one.
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Lili
2 months ago
Hmm, this question seems a bit tricky. I'm not entirely sure about the right answer, but I think it might be option B. The administrator would need to use the device name and serial number of the failed device, right?
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