In Multi-Domain Management with Provider-1 R70, the Security Management backup server can
be installed on:
MDS-ManagerAndContainer is Active whereas MDS-Manager2 is in Standby mode.
If a Multi-Domain Management with Provider-1 Superuser logs into MDS-ManagerAndContainer in
Read/Write mode using the MDG while the first user is still logged in, and another Provider-1
Superuser tries to log in to MDS-Manager2, what will happen? The second user will:
Which of the following is the correct syntax for mirroring all CMA’s from FirstMDS to SecondMDS?
Let’s assume that your Multi-Domain Management with Provider-1 configuration has only one
MDS. You want the installation to be redundant, so you decide to set up a secondary MDS
Container and Manager. While completing the installation, you need to provide the activation key.
The installation is completed after a reboot. The final steps are taken with the MDG connecting to
the primary MDS.
Which of the following statements is TRUE?
NetSec MSP has Multi-Domain Management with Provider-1 R70 in their New York network. They
have 1 MDS Manager and 1 MDS Container on a Solaris server with 10 CMA’s. NetSec has
recently setup a network in Dallas and wants to use the Provider-1 MDS Container hosting backup
CMA’s for all the 10 customers. The management is not in favor of buying a Solaris Server, hence
they are asking if they can use SecurePlatform on Intel hardware. How can NetSec implement this
When importing the configuration of a Management Server, the CMA is also imported. The name
of the CMA is the same name that the Management Server had before. How do you configure a
name change to the CMA before the CA is re-established again?
Importing an existing Management Server configuration into a MDS via CLI might be useful. First,
the new customer needs to be defined. After having defined the CMA, an existing configuration
can be imported. How can this be done?