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Google ChromeOS-Administrator Dumps

Professional ChromeOS Administrator Exam Questions and Answers

Question 1

How would you deploy a Progressive Web Application to all managed user accounts?

Options:

A.

Force-install the Progressive Web Application URL in the "Chrome Apps & extensions" page

B.

Set up Chrome Imprivata shared apps & extensions to force-install the Progressive Web Application URL

C.

Go to "User & Browser Settings" and add the Progressive Web Application URL in the "Legacy Browser Support" site list

D.

Open "Additional Google services" to force-install the Progressive Web Application URL

Question 2

You want to enterprise enroll a device that has existing consumer accounts. What should you do first?

Options:

A.

Contact Google support to convert the device into an enterprise device

B.

Delete all consumer accounts, and then follow the same steps for enrolling a brand new device

C.

follow the same steps for enrolling a brand new device

D.

Wipe the device

Question 3

In line with Google's best practice recommendations, you need to configure an OU of devices to run on an early release of ChromeOS so that users can test new features and verify functionality. Which policy option should you choose?

Options:

A.

LTS

B.

Canary

C.

Beta

D.

Stable

Question 4

You are asked why ChromeOS devices do not require additional antivirus software. How should you respond?

Options:

A.

Every time ChromeOS updates, it automatically updates the antivirus software on the device

B.

Every ChromeOS device is pre-installed with antivirus software which automatically updates during the life of the device

C.

As part of a multi-layered security approach ChromeOS uses a read-only operating system which cannot be affected by viruses

D.

The Admin console automatically deploys antivirus software to enrolled ChromeOS devices and is included in the Chrome Enterprise/Education Upgrade

Question 5

How would you deploy your "Terms of Services" page to all managed ChromeOS devices?

Options:

A.

Navigate to "Chrome Verified Access" and enable the policy for content protection

B.

Go to "User & Browser and "Managed Guest Session' settings to upload your terms of service

C.

ln "User & Browser Settings" upload the "Terms of Service" as a wallpaper

D.

Navigate to "User & Browser" and "Managed Guest Session" settings to upload your custom avatar

Question 6

At a specific location in your organization, users cannot log in to their ChromeOS devices. The ChromeOS Administrator has also noticed that devices have not synced in the past 24 hours. You have updated policies In the Admin console for your fleet of ChromeOS devices, but the devices are not getting the updated policies. What is a probable change in the environment that can cause these issues?

Options:

A.

A different location enrolled a large number of new devices

B.

Your network administrator has blocked all network traffic to Google services

C.

Your root Certificate Authority expired

D.

Your organization's licenses have recently expired

Question 7

You're the lead for the technology department and you're working with your teammate on a hardware refresh in the upcoming year A major part of the refresh Is to consider ChromeOS devices for the majority of the users in the company. What are some organization level objectives you should consider during this hardware refresh in regard to ChromeOS?

Options:

A.

ChromeOS integration with current technological standards and practices can be worked on with trusted Google partners

B.

Verifying If all the terms and conditions in the Chrome Online Agreement are applicable to ChromeOS

C.

ChromeOS allows for advanced security flexible access, and simplified orchestration within the business

D.

ChromeOS will need a rollout and execution plan commensurate with hardware supply availability

Question 8

The security team is requiring Wi-Fi connectivity to be disabled on ChromeOS devices. Using the Google Admin console, how would you configure ChromeOS devices to block all WI-FI connectivity and hide the WI-FI Icon?

Options:

A.

Configure "Restricted Wi-Fi Networks "

B.

Prevent WiMax connectivity

C.

Remove Wi-Fi from "Enabled network interfaces "

D.

Restrict 'Auto Connecting" to Wi-Fi

Question 9

An admin wants to use a custom extension to install a client certificate on a ChromeOS device so that it can connect to the corporate WI-FI.

Which step Is necessary to accomplish this?

Options:

A.

Install on the device via guest mode

B.

Distribute through the Chrome Web Store

C.

Force-install to the device

D.

Encode the certificate in DER-encoded format

Question 10

What is the recommended way to provision users from an on-prem Active Directory environment into the Google Admin console?

Options:

A.

Upload via CSV

B.

Admin SDK Directory API

C.

Azure AD Google Cloud/G Suite Connector

D.

Google Cloud Directory Sync

Question 11

You have been asked to explain the built-in security features of ChromeOS. What i3 the benefit of having verified boot enabled on a ChromeOS device?

Options:

A.

It ensures that the OS is uncompromised

B.

It allows updates to happen in the background

C.

Running both operating systems on one device at the same time makes It twice as powerful

D.

It installs the known safe backup OS every time the device is slatted up.

Question 12

You need to set a policy that prevents the device from shutting down while idling on the sign-in screen. Where should you navigate to?

Options:

A.

User Settings > Idle settings

B.

User Settings > User Experience

C.

Device Settings > Allow shutdown

D.

Device Settings > Power management

Question 13

As an administrator, you would like the ability to see and test upcoming changes to the Google Admin console. How would an admin get access to pre-release features and upcoming ChromeOS device management changes to the Admin console?

Options:

A.

Enroll in the ChromeOS Factory Software Platform

B.

Join the Chrome Enterprise BETA Testing

C.

Register for the Chrome Enterprise Trusted Tester Program

D.

Create a ChromeQS Developer Account

Question 14

You are enrolling several devices to send to a remote location. How can you ensure that these devices will automatically connect to the wireless network at the remote location when powered on for the first time?

Options:

A.

Add the wireless network credentials to the "Networks" section in the Admin console ensuring that they are applied to the ChromeOS devices By Device

B.

Use the Google Zero-Touch Enrollment (ZTE) process and generate the provisioning token by clicking on the 'Enroll device' button in the Admin console ‘’Devices’’ page

C.

During the enrollment process add the wireless credentials manually to each device in the Admin console ensuring that they are applied to ChromeOS devices By User

D.

Add the wireless network credentials to the 'Networks" section in the Admin console ensuring that they are applied to the ChromeOS devices By User

Question 15

Your customer is deploying ChromeOS devices in their environment and requires those ChromeOS devices to adhere to web filtering via TLS (or SSL) Inspection. What recommendations should you make to your customer in setting up the requirements for ChromeOS devices?

Options:

A.

Configure a hostname allowlist, set up a TLS (or SSL) certificate, then verify TLS (or SSL) inspection is working

B.

Reach out lo Google Workspace Security and Compliance for tailored configurations for your customer

C.

Configure a transparent proxy, set up your allowlist to use * google com. then verify TLS (or SSL) inspection is working

D.

ChromeOS devices are preconfigured to adhere to company TLS (or SSL) inspection by default and can therefore be deployed with no additional configuration

Question 16

Your security team asks you to deploy on ChromeOS only a specific Android app for your security department. As a ChromeOS Administrator, you need to find a way to block all other Android apps except the one that you need. How are you going to proceed?

Options:

A.

From the "Apps & extensions" page add the Android app on the security team user OU

B.

On the "Users & Browser Settings'' tab. for the Play Store, use the "Block all apps, admin manages allowlist" policy and allow only the

C.

Android app that you want from "Apps & extensions " On the "Users & Browser Settings'' tab. for the Chrome Web Store use the "Block all apps, admin manages allowlist" policy and allow only the Android app that you want on "Apps & extensions "

D.

From trio "Apps & extensions" page add the Android app on the security team user OU and select "Force Install * pin to ChromeOS taskbar"

Question 17

Which remote command is required to remove a device from management policy updates?

Options:

A.

Deprovision

B.

Reset

C.

Disable

D.

Powerwash

Question 18

Your hardware OEM issues a recall for a safety issue. You need to deprovision devices from management before returning to the OEM. They will replace your existing ChromeOS devices with a different model. Which option should you choose when deprovisioning to make sure you can reuse your Chrome Education/Enterprise Upgrade and remain compliant?

Options:

A.

Retiring from fleet

B.

Different model replacement

C.

ChromeOS Flex upgrade transfer

D.

Same model replacement

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