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3. What shared items are accessible to an administrative user who connects via AFP or SMB? What about a standard user?
3. Administrators who connect to your Mac via AFP or SMB have access to any locally mounted volume.By default,standard users can only access their home folder and other users’Public folders.
4. What shared items are accessible to any user who connects via FTP?
4. Users who connect to your Mac via FTP have access based on the local file system ownership and permissions; by default they’ll start in their home folders.
5. What password issues may arise related to the SMB service?
5. Passwords for the SMB service are not synced to users’normal account passwords. An administrative user will have to manually change the SMB passwords from the Sharing preference.
6. How do you provide Mac OS X web sharing services?
6. To enable the web sharing service select the checkbox next to Web Sharing in the Sharing preference.
7. What files are associated with the computer’s website? What about an individual user’s website?
7. The computer’s website files are located in the /Library/WebServer/Documents folder. Each user’s website files are located in the Sites folder inside their home folder.
8. What client sharing services can Mac OS X provide?
8. Mac OS X’s client sharing services are: Screen Sharing,Remote Login,Remote Management,Remote Apple Events,and Xgrid Sharing.
9. What is the security risk ofenabling client sharing services?
9. Ifa client sharing service is compromised,an unauthorized user can control your Mac and execute unwanted applications or processes.
10. How is Xgrid implemented in Mac OS X?
10. Mac OS X includes the ability to share its computing resources as an Xgrid agent. A computer running Mac OS X Server is required to act as an Xgrid controller.
11. How does Mac OS X’s built-in firewall work? What advanced firewall settings are available?
11. Mac OS X’s built-in firewall inspects each incoming network connection to determine ifit’s allowed.You can choose to allow all incoming connections,deny all incoming connections,or only allow incoming connections for services and applications you have specified.The advanced firewall settings allow you to investigate the firewall log file and enable stealth mode (which means your Mac will not respond to any unsolicited connections).
12. What network services are provided by your Mac to facilitate Internet sharing? What options are available for Internet sharing via your Mac’s AirPort wireless Ethernet interface?
12. When Internet sharing is enabled,your Mac provides network routing NAT,DHCP, and DNS forwarding services for any network device connected to your Mac’s shared network interfaces.When sharing a network or Internet connection to your Mac’s AirPort wireless Ethernet interface,you can specify a wireless network name,channel, and WEP security settings.