Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6. Sample Test. The Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6 Exam (Prometric exam no. 9L0-403) is a computer-based test offered at Apple Authorized Training Centers and Prometric Testing Centers
Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6 Sample Test
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The Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6 Exam (Prometric exam no. 9L0-403) is a computer-based test offered at Apple Authorized Training Centers and Prometric Testing Centers. The exam is the only required exam in the Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.6 certification track. You must pass this exam to earn ACSP 10.6 certification. This Sample Test presents ten questions similar in style and content to those presented in the Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6 Exam. Reviewing these Sample Test questions can familiarize you with the type of questions posed in the exam. Questions on the exam will vary in content and may be more or less difficult than these. Please visit the Mac OS X Certifications page (training.apple.com/certification/ macosx) and download the Mac OS X Support Essentials 10.6 Exam Skills Assessment Guide for a detailed description of the exam, including reference text title, learning objectives, number of questions, time limit, and required score. To use this Sample Test, answer the questions below, then refer to the answer key at the end of this document. Please note that UNIX commands and processes are shown in monospace font in this Sample Test and in the actual exam.
1. Which TWO Mac OS X v10.6 applications are most helpful when troubleshooting Ethernet connectivity? (Select 2 answers. Partial credit available) A. Port Monitor B. Network Utility C. Internet Connect D. Process Manager E. Network Diagnostics
2. You are logged in as an administrator on a Mac OS X v10.6 computer. You try to drop an application into the computer’s Applications folder, but an alert message tells you that you do not have permissions to modify the folder. Which stem is most likely to resolve the issue? A. Repair the volume’s permissions using Disk Utility.