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Fortinet Exam NSE5_FMG-7.2 Topic 1 Question 4 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE5_FMG-7.2 exam
Question #: 4
Topic #: 1
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An administrator created a header and footer global policy package and assigned it to an ADOM.

What are two outcomes from this action? (Choose two.)

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Suggested Answer: A, D

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Zena
19 days ago
I disagree with option B. I'm pretty sure that after assignment, the global policy package can still be viewed.
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Floyd
24 days ago
I believe option C is correct. When you assign another global policy package, the previous ones get removed.
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Jamie
29 days ago
I think the outcome could be that the header and footer policies are automatically applied to the devices in the ADOM.
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Fannie
1 months ago
Guys, guys, let's not forget the most important thing here: how can we use this global policy package to make our lives easier and avoid manual work? That's the real goal, right?
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Marge
2 months ago
Hmm, this is an interesting one. I think the key is understanding how global policy packages work and how they interact with ADOMs.
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Anglea
2 months ago
Hmm, I'm not sure about that. Wouldn't we still be able to see the global policies in the ADOM? Option B doesn't seem quite right to me.
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Ozell
2 months ago
I'm not sure about this question. It seems a bit tricky, and I'm not fully confident in my understanding of global policy packages and ADOM assignments.
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Mila
10 days ago
No, I believe it's actually A and B.
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Dean
14 days ago
I think the correct outcomes are C and D.
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Aleta
1 months ago
B) After you assign the global policy package to an ADOM, the policy package is hidden from the ADOM and cannot be viewed.
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Irma
1 months ago
A) You must manually move the header and footer policies after the policy assignment.
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Aileen
2 months ago
Option B seems more plausible. It says the policy package is hidden from the ADOM and can't be viewed. That makes sense, since it's a global policy.
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Bev
2 months ago
Haha, option C is a real head-scratcher. FortiManager removing previously assigned policies? That sounds like a recipe for disaster!
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