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« on: March 02, 2004, 04:01:37 PM »

Fail this one today:(

my score was 500
pass score is 675
4 cases
40 Qs

even I am sure know most of the topics in this one, I couldn't figure out the right answers:confused:

the problem with me I couldn't collect all the case study information to apply the right solution., specially when moving from one case to another, I confused by the large amount of information in each case ansd some times mix them.

any suggesion to deal with this one?
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« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2004, 04:51:18 PM »

Sorry to hear that you failed.. The case studies is sol long and you have to try to remember the main points. Hope you pick up the pieces and move on..
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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2004, 05:54:36 AM »

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Sorry to hear that you failed.. The case studies is sol long and you have to try to remember the main points. Hope you pick up the pieces and move on..


Thanks for the support Smiley

In the exam I have some names I don't know what is it:

Cash register ?
kiosk ?
retail services?

Ok I know the normal meanning of that but in busness field what they are mean, is the physical thing or another virtual thing please help me in this one.

also I have an odd Q about the type of connection between a vpn server and adapter?

is that true hardware connection!!.....odd one, isn't it?
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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2004, 07:25:31 AM »

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Thanks for the support Smiley

In the exam I have some names I don't know what is it:

Cash register?
Kiosk?
Retail services?

Ok I know the normal meaning of that but in business field what they are mean, is the physical thing or another virtual thing please help me in this one.

also I have an odd Q about the type of connection between a vpn server and adapter?

is that true hardware connection!!.....odd one, isn't it?


OK, if they mean by cash register the device that used to get your money out of your pocket when you are leaving the supermarket!!!

what should I plan for that thing, for authentication? should I deal with it as smartcard!!!!

Also Kiosk that we are using for train tickets and to get an Ice-Tea or a stick of chocolate, !!!

What should I have to know about authentication, I think next time I will get a Q about how to prepare a plate of rice!!!!

HuhHuhHuh?
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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2004, 10:14:38 AM »

Even no response I will complete this thread lonly Sad

after search ms technet:

Kiosk

A workstation that uses the Kiosk scenario is similar to a TaskStation, but users are anonymous. No customizations can be made and no user state is preserved. A kiosk has the following characteristics:

ΤΗσ Is a public workstation
ΤΗσ Runs only one application
ΤΗσ Uses only one user account and automatically logs on
ΤΗσ Has users who are unknown to the Kiosk owner, as users do not have, or provide, any log-on credentials
ΤΗσ Runs unattended
ΤΗσ Is highly secure
ΤΗσ Is simple to operate
ΤΗσ Does not allow users to make changes to the default settings
ΤΗσ Does not save data to the disk
ΤΗσ Is always on
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« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2004, 09:18:06 PM »

adam, have you taken the exam again?

I'm taking this one tomorrow.
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« Reply #6 on: April 10, 2004, 06:05:12 AM »

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adam, have you taken the exam again?

I'm taking this one tomorrow.


Hi Smiley

Not yet Sad

I manage to take 214 first and kick 220 later God willing

don't worry the problem with me is english?
I take more time to understand the scinario...


tell us about you

Good Luck Smiley
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« Reply #7 on: April 11, 2004, 12:45:59 AM »

Passed today with an 829!!!

I had about a few minutes to spare...maybe 5.  When I began the test, some questions seemed to be still downloading and i lost almost a minute from my timer.

I had some trouble with the select and place diagrams..holding shift and moving the stupid objects around.  If you have an old mouse, as i did, it's very easy to select multiple protocols or objects.

As with the 214, if you don't read critically, you're doomed.  I had to switch back and forth between the cases and the questions, but I took notes and drew diagrams, and I think that it helped me a great deal.

Also, I read the questions before I read the case study.  I think this helps me to read more critcally.

Best of luck adam and everyone else who will face this challenge.

On to 2003!
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« Reply #8 on: April 11, 2004, 05:53:12 AM »

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Passed today with an 829!!!

I had about a few minutes to spare...maybe 5.  When I began the test, some questions seemed to be still downloading and i lost almost a minute from my timer.

I had some trouble with the select and place diagrams..holding shift and moving the stupid objects around.  If you have an old mouse, as i did, it's very easy to select multiple protocols or objects.

As with the 214, if you don't read critically, you're doomed.  I had to switch back and forth between the cases and the questions, but I took notes and drew diagrams, and I think that it helped me a great deal.

Also, I read the questions before I read the case study.  I think this helps me to read more critcally.

Best of luck adam and everyone else who will face this challenge.

On to 2003!



Congratulations Smiley

Yes, I think also reading the questions before refrer to the case study that helps alot.

Good luke in 2003

what was the passing score?
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« Reply #9 on: April 11, 2004, 12:00:19 PM »

675 was passing.
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