Use CSA MC to manage hosts and build policies

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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: 642-513.2.4.15
Single Answer, Multiple Choice

 

Which command is used in installation of a Linux agent kit to unpack the agent kit?

 

 

  1. The tar xvf CSAagent-4.5-51.i386.tar command
  2. The pkgrm CSCOcsa command
  3. The shutdown -y -i6 -g0 command
  4. The pkgadd -a CSCOcsa/reloc/cfg/admin -d command

 

Answer:
A. The tar xvf CSAagent-4.5-51.i386.tar command

 

Tutorial:
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.

 

Reference:
For more information, see Cisco Security Agent Installation and Overview http://cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps5057/products_installation_guide_chapter09186a008066e4d6.html

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