Use CSA MC to manage hosts and build policies
Questions derived from the Cisco Security Agent Guide, Chapter 4: Understanding CSA Policies, Modules, and Rules, CSA Rules, pp. 94-96. 642-513 – Securing Hosts Using Cisco Security Agent.
Objective: Use CSA MC to configure groups, manage hosts and build policies
SubObjective: Build Agent kits for the newly created groups
Item Number: 642-5220.127.116.11
Single Answer, Multiple Choice
Which command is used in installation of a Linux agent kit to unpack the agent kit?
- The tar xvf CSAagent-4.5-51.i386.tar command
- The pkgrm CSCOcsa command
- The shutdown -y -i6 -g0 command
- The pkgadd -a CSCOcsa/reloc/cfg/admin -d command
A. The tar xvf CSAagent-4.5-51.i386.tar command
The tar xvf CSAagent-4.5-51.i386.tar command is used in installation of a Linux agent kit to unpack the agent kit.
The option, pkgrm CSCOcsa is incorrect as this command is used to uninstall the Cisco Security Agent (CSA) on a Solaris system.
The option shutdown -y -i6 -g0 is incorrect as this command is used to reboot the system after the installation gets completed.
The option pkgadd -a CSCOcsa/reloc/cfg/admin -d is incorrect because this command is used in the installation of the Solaris Agent to check for the required OS software agent dependencies.
For more information, see Cisco Security Agent Installation and Overview http://cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps5057/products_installation_guide_chapter09186a008066e4d6.html