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Microsoft Exam AZ-801 Topic 6 Question 44 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's AZ-801 exam
Question #: 44
Topic #: 6
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You have an on-premises server named Server1 that runs Windows Server.

You have a Microsoft Sentinel instance.

You add the Windows Firewall data connector in Microsoft Sentine1.

You need to ensure that Microsoft Sentinel can collect Windows Firewall logs from Server1.

Solution: You install the Azure Connected Machine agent on Server1.

Does this meet the goal?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Tandra
2 months ago
I'm with you guys. This solution just doesn't seem right. It's like trying to use a screwdriver to hammer in a nail. There's got to be a more logical way to get those Windows Firewall logs into Sentinel.
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Annelle
2 months ago
Hmm, this is a tricky one. I'm wondering if the solution is missing a step or if there's a different approach we should be considering. Maybe we need to look at configuring the Windows Event Forwarding or something along those lines to get the logs into Sentinel.
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Pearlene
2 months ago
Yeah, I agree. The Azure Connected Machine agent is typically used for Azure Arc, which is for managing hybrid and multi-cloud environments. I'm not sure how that would help us collect Windows Firewall logs on an on-premises server.
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Carin
2 months ago
B
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Luis
2 months ago
A
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Edgar
2 months ago
I'm not sure about this question. The solution provided seems a bit odd to me. Installing the Azure Connected Machine agent on the on-premises server to collect Windows Firewall logs? Shouldn't we be looking at a more straightforward way to connect the logs to Sentinel?
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