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Symantec ST0-132 Practice Questions

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1.Which two actions must be taken to allow end-users to create personal Good and Bad Senders lists?
(Select two.)
A. Add “Hold message in Spam Quarantine” action to Local Bad Senders domains.
B. Check the option “Enable end-user settings for this policy group”.
C. Configure an LDAP source with Authentication and Recipient Validation functions.
D. Configure an LDAP source with Authentication and Routing functions.
E. Configure an LDAP source with Authentication and Address Resolution functions.
Answer: B, E
2.An administrator tests the default antivirus policies by sending a message with an encrypted
When the administrator checks the recipient inbox, what appears?
A. The test email appears with a modified subject line.
B. A system-generated message appears concerning an unscannable attachment.
C. A pointer to the Suspect Virus Quarantine appears.
D. The email is missing due to deletion by the system.
Answer: A

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