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What character do you use to obtain help via the appliance CLI, and what are the two ways you can use it to obtain help?
What command enables you to allow a host or all of the hosts on a network to connect to the sensor?
How many different user roles are available to assign to accounts on your sensor?
What is the most privileged user role that you can assign to a CLI user?
Which user role provides the user with the ability to examine the sensor's events and configuration but does not allow the user to change the configuration?
What parameters can you configure by using the setup CLI command?
What is the purpose of the Service user role?
What command do you use on the CLI to enter Global Configuration mode?
How many Service accounts can you have on your sensor?
What user role would you usually assign to the account that you use to enable your monitoring applications to retrieve information from your sensor?
What character do you use on the CLI to cause your sensor to automatically expand the rest of a command for you?
When a CLI command's output extends beyond a single screen, what character do you use to show the next screen of information?
When a CLI command's output extends beyond a single screen, what character do you use to see just the next line of output?
Which sensors cannot be upgraded with a recovery CD and why?
What are the transfer options available for upgrading appliance sensors through the network?
Before you can use SCP to retrieve a new image file or signature update, what must you do on the sensor?