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VMware Exam 2V0-62.23 Topic 10 Question 8 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 2V0-62.23 exam
Question #: 8
Topic #: 10
[All 2V0-62.23 Questions]

A Workspace ONE UEM administrator is concerned about the security of their organization's mobile devices. The concern is with jail-broken or rooted devices accessing company resources or navigating within the company network. The company's CIO wants a no-tolerance policy for devices in this state, requesting that they be removed immediately if detected.

How can the administrator enforce the policy using Workspace ONE UEM?

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Suggested Answer: C

To enforce a no-tolerance policy for jailbroken or rooted devices, an administrator should configure a compliance policy in Workspace ONE UEM that checks for a compromised status. If a device is compromised, the configured action should be to enterprise wipe the device immediately. Reference: VMware Workspace ONE UEM documentation on compliance policies.


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Marylyn
1 days ago
I believe option D could be time-consuming and manual errors may occur while sending the enterprise wipe commands.
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Barbra
13 days ago
I disagree, I think option C is more effective because it immediately wipes the device.
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Odelia
1 months ago
I think option A sounds like a good way to enforce the policy.
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