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Fortinet Exam NSE5_FMG-7.2 Topic 1 Question 5 Discussion

Actual exam question for Fortinet's NSE5_FMG-7.2 exam
Question #: 5
Topic #: 1
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An administrator has assigned a global policy package to custom ADOM1. Then the administrator creates a new policy package Fortinet in the custom ADOM1. What will happen to the Fortinet policy package when it is created?

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Suggested Answer: C

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Hubert
13 days ago
I think the Fortinet policy package will automatically assign the global policies.
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Felicitas
20 days ago
I agree with Sharika. You have to reapply the global policy package to the ADOM after creating a new policy package.
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Elouise
22 days ago
Oh, really? I thought it would automatically assign the global policies to the new policy package.
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Sharika
29 days ago
No, that's not correct. I believe you need to reapply the global policy package to the ADOM.
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Elouise
1 months ago
I think the Fortinet policy package will automatically assign the global policies.
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Lashawnda
1 months ago
Alright, folks, let's not forget the golden rule of certification exams: the most obvious answer is usually the correct one. I'm sticking with option C. And if I'm wrong, I'm blaming the instructor for tricky wording! *laughs*
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Whitley
2 months ago
Hmm, I'm leaning towards option C. If the global policy package has already been assigned to the custom ADOM, then the new Fortinet policy package should automatically inherit those global policies, right? That seems like the logical choice.
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Yun
1 months ago
Good to have that cleared up
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Roslyn
1 months ago
Seems like it, option C it is
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Tegan
1 months ago
Great, so we're all in agreement then
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Melita
1 months ago
That's what I thought too, it makes the most sense
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Tonja
1 months ago
I think you're right, the new Fortinet policy package should automatically inherit the global policies
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Olene
1 months ago
C) it automatically assigns the global policies
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Devorah
2 months ago
Personally, I'm leaning towards option D - 'You can select the option to assign the global policies'. That seems to make the most sense to me, as it gives the administrator control over whether to apply the global policies or not.
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Malissa
2 months ago
I'm guessing the answer has to do with how the global policy package interacts with the new Fortinet policy package. Maybe it automatically assigns the global policies, or we have to reapply them.
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Asha
8 days ago
Yes, that's correct. It's done automatically.
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Kiley
9 days ago
So we don't need to manually assign them?
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Asha
25 days ago
C) it automatically assigns the global policies
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Ora
2 months ago
Whoa, this question is tricky! I'm not sure I fully understand the implications of creating a new policy package in a custom ADOM that already has a global policy package assigned. Let's think this through together.
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Lauryn
2 months ago
Okay, let's think this through step-by-step. The administrator has assigned a global policy package to the custom ADOM1, and then created a new policy package called Fortinet in the same ADOM1. This is the key part of the question.
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Lorrine
2 months ago
Hmm, this seems like a tricky question. I'm not entirely sure about the correct answer, but I'll give it my best shot.
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