Question 4) Notes Domino 6 Developing Web App.
Objective : Manage and Maintain
SubObjective: Using Server Documents to Manage Internet Access to the Server
Single Answer Multiple Choice
Web browser users accessing Domino server WebApps1 must authenticate when using a secure connection. However, anonymous access should be allowed for Web browser users who connect using TCP/IP.
Which of the following best describes the configuration settings for these requirements?
- These requirements cannot be configured, since they are mutually exclusive. Anonymous access to a server must be either enabled or disabled, regardless of the type of connection.
- All databases on the server must have the setting “Require SSL Authentication” enabled in the “Web Access” section of the Database Properties.
- In the “Web Access” section of the Advanced ACL properties for the databases on the server, enable the “SSL” option and disable the “TCP/IP” option for the “Authentication Required” setting.
- In the “Ports > Internet Ports > Web” tab of the Server document for WebApps1, disable the “Anonymous” setting for the SSL Authentication Options and enable the “Anonymous” setting for the TCP/IP Authentication Options
D. In the “Ports > Internet Ports > Web” tab of the Server document for WebApps1, disable the “Anonymous” setting for the SSL Authentication Options and enable the “Anonymous” setting for the TCP/IP Authentication Options
Anonymous access for Web browser users may be enabled/disabled on a Domino server for either the SSL or TCP/IP protocols. It is possible to enable anonymous access for one of these protocols and disable anonymous access for the other protocol.
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These questions are derived from the Self-Test Software Practice Test for 612 – Notes Domino 6 Developing Web Applications.