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AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies Exam Questions and Answers – 2

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AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies Exam Questions and Answers

Question 121

Question

HOTSPOT –
You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant that contains the users shown in the following table.

Name Member of
User1 Group1
User2 Group2
User3 Group1, Group2

From Azure AD Privileged Identity Management (PIM), you configure the settings for the Security Administrator role as shown in the following exhibit.

From Azure AD Privileged Identity Management (PIM), you configure the settings for the Security Administrator role as shown in the following exhibit.

From PIM, you assign the Security Administrator role to the following groups:

  • Group1: Active assignment type, permanently assigned
  • Group2: Eligible assignment type, permanently eligible

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

Statements:

  • User1 can only activate the Security Administrator role in five hours.
  • If User2 activates the Security Administrator role, the user will be assigned the role immediately.
  • User3 can activate the Security Administrator role.

Answer

  • User1 can only activate the Security Administrator role in five hours: No
  • If User2 activates the Security Administrator role, the user will be assigned the role immediately: Yes
  • User3 can activate the Security Administrator role: No

Explanation

Box 1: No –
User1 is a member of Group1. Group1: Active assignment type, permanently assigned

Box 2: Yes –
Active Type: A role assignment that doesn’t require a user to perform any action to use the role. Users assigned as active have the privileges assigned to the role

Box 3: No –
User3 is member of Group1 and Group2.
Group1: Active assignment type, permanently assigned
Group2: Eligible assignment type, permanently eligible

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Question 122

Question

HOTSPOT –
You have an Azure subscription named Sub 1 that is associated to an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named contoso.com. The tenant contains the users shown in the following table.

Name Role
User1 Global administrator
User2 Security administrator
User3 Security reader
User4 License administrator

Each user is assigned an Azure AD Premium P2 license.
You plan to onboard and configure Azure AD Identity Protection.
Which users can onboard Azure AD Identity Protection, remediate users, and configure policies? To answer, select the appropriate options in the answer area.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

Users who can onboard Azure AD Identity Protection:

  • User1 only
  • User1 and User2 only
  • User1, User2 and User3 only
  • User1, User2, User3, and User4 only

Users who can remediate users and configure policies:

  • User1 and User2 only
  • User1 and User3 only
  • User1, User2 and User3 only
  • User1, User2, User3, and User4 only

Answer

Users who can onboard Azure AD Identity Protection: User1 only
Users who can remediate users and configure policies: User1 and User2 only

Question 123

Question

HOTSPOT –
You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant that contains the users shown in the following table.

Name Member of Multi-factor authentication (MFA) status
User1 Group1, Group2 Disabled
User2 Group2 Disabled

The tenant contains the named locations shown in the following table.

Name IP address range Trusted location
Seattle 193.77.10.0/24 Yes
Boston 154.12.18.0/24 No

You create the conditional access policies for a cloud app named App1 as shown in the following table.

Name Include Exclude Condition Grant
Policy1 Group1 Group2 Location: Boston Block access
Policy2 Group1 None Location: Any location Grant access, Require multi-factor authentication
Policy3 Group2 Group1 Location: Boston Block access
Policy4 User2 None Location: Any location Grant access, Require multi-factor authentication

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

Statements:

  • User1 can access App1 from an IP address of 154.12.18.10
  • User2 can access App1 from an IP address of 193.77.10.15
  • User2 can access App1 from an IP address of 154.12.18.34

Answer

  • User1 can access App1 from an IP address of 154.12.18.10: No
  • User2 can access App1 from an IP address of 193.77.10.15: Yes
  • User2 can access App1 from an IP address of 154.12.18.34: No

Question 124

Question

HOTSPOT –
You create a new Azure subscription that is associated to a new Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant.
You create one active conditional access policy named Portal Policy. Portal Policy is used to provide access to the Microsoft Azure Management cloud app.
The Conditions settings for Portal Policy are configured as shown in the Conditions exhibit. (Click the Conditions tab.)

The Conditions settings for Portal Policy are configured as shown in the Conditions exhibit. (Click the Conditions tab.)

The Grant settings for Portal Policy are configured as shown in the Grant exhibit. (Click the Grant tab.)

The Grant settings for Portal Policy are configured as shown in the Grant exhibit. (Click the Grant tab.)

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

Statements:

  • Users from the Contoso named location must use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the Azure Portal.
  • Users from the Contoso named location must use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the web services hosted in the Azure subscription.
  • Users external to the Contoso named location must use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the Azure portal.

Answer

  • Users from the Contoso named location must use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the Azure Portal: Yes
  • Users from the Contoso named location must use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the web services hosted in the Azure subscription: No
  • Users external to the Contoso named location must use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access the Azure portal: No

Explanation

Box 1: Yes –
The Contoso location is included in the policy and MFA is required.

Box 2: No –
The policy applies to the Azure portal and Azure management endpoints. The policy does not apply to web services host in Azure.

Box 3: No –
The policy applies only to users in the Contoso location. The policy does not apply to users external to the Contoso location.

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Question 125

Question

You plan to use Azure Resource Manager templates to perform multiple deployments of identically configured Azure virtual machines. The password for the administrator account of each deployment is stored as a secret in different Azure key vaults.
You need to identify a method to dynamically construct a resource ID that will designate the key vault containing the appropriate secret during each deployment.
The name of the key vault and the name of the secret will be provided as inline parameters.
What should you use to construct the resource ID?

A. a key vault access policy
B. a linked template
C. a parameters file
D. an automation account

Answer

C. a parameters file

Explanation

You reference the key vault in the parameter file, not the template. The following image shows how the parameter file references the secret and passes that value to the template.
You reference the key vault in the parameter file, not the template. The following image shows how the parameter file references the secret and passes that value to the template.

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Question 126

Question

You have a hybrid configuration of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) that has Single Sign-On (SSO) enabled. You have an Azure SQL Database instance that is configured to support Azure AD authentication.
Database developers must connect to the database instance from the domain joined device and authenticate by using their on-premises Active Directory account.
You need to ensure that developers can connect to the instance by using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio. The solution must minimize authentication prompts.
Which authentication method should you recommend?

A. Active Directory – Password
B. Active Directory – Universal with MFA support
C. SQL Server Authentication
D. Active Directory – Integrated

Answer

D. Active Directory – Integrated

Explanation

Active Directory – Integrated –
Azure Active Directory Authentication is a mechanism of connecting to Microsoft Azure SQL Database by using identities in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
Use this method for connecting to SQL Database if you are logged in to Windows using your Azure Active Directory credentials from a federated domain.

Reference

Question 127

Question

HOTSPOT –
You have an Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named contoso.com that contains the users shown in the following table.

Name Member of Multi-factor authentication (MFA) status
User1 None Disabled
User2 Group1 Disabled
User3 Group1 Enforced

Azure AD Privileged Identity Management (PIM) is used in contoso.com.
In PIM, the Password Administrator role has the following settings:

  • Maximum activation duration (hours): 2
  • Send email notifying admins of activation: Disable
  • Require incident/request ticket number during activation: Disable
  • Require Azure Multi-Factor Authentication for activation: Enable
  • Require approval to activate this role: Enable
  • Selected approver: Group1

You assign users the Password Administrator role as shown in the following table.

Name Assignment type
User1 Active
User2 Eligible
User3 Eligible

For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Hot Area:

Statements:

  • When User1 signs in, the user is assigned the Password Administrator role automatically.
  • User2 can request to activate the Password Administrator role.
  • If User3 wants to activate the Password Administrator role, the user can approve their own request.

Answer

  • When User1 signs in, the user is assigned the Password Administrator role automatically: Yes
  • User2 can request to activate the Password Administrator role: Yes
  • If User3 wants to activate the Password Administrator role, the user can approve their own request: No

Explanation

Box 1: Yes –
Active assignments don’t require the member to perform any action to use the role. Members assigned as active have the privileges assigned to the role at all times.

Box 2: Yes –
While Multi-Factor Authentication is disabled for User2 and the setting Require Azure Multi-Factor Authentication for activation is enabled, User2 can request the role but will need to enable MFA to use the role.
Note: Eligible assignments require the member of the role to perform an action to use the role. Actions might include performing a multi-factor authentication
(MFA) check, providing a business justification, or requesting approval from designated approvers.

Box 3: No –
User3 is Group1, which is a Selected Approver Group, however, self-approval is not allowed and someone else from group is required to approve the request.

Reference

Question 128

Question

Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some question sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution.
After you answer a question in this section, you will NOT be able to return to it. As a result, these questions will not appear in the review screen.
You have an Azure subscription named Sub1.
You have an Azure Storage account named sa1 in a resource group named RG1.
Users and applications access the blob service and the file service in sa1 by using several shared access signatures (SASs) and stored access policies.
You discover that unauthorized users accessed both the file service and the blob service.
You need to revoke all access to sa1.
Solution: You regenerate the Azure storage account access keys.
Does this meet the goal?

A. Yes
B. No

Answer

A. Yes

Explanation

Generating new storage account keys will invalidate all SAS’s that were based on the previous keys.

Question 129

Question

Note: This question is part of a series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution that might meet the stated goals. Some question sets might have more than one correct solution, while others might not have a correct solution.
After you answer a question in this section, you will NOT be able to return to it. As a result, these questions will not appear in the review screen.
You have a hybrid configuration of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
You have an Azure HDInsight cluster on a virtual network.
You plan to allow users to authenticate to the cluster by using their on-premises Active Directory credentials.
You need to configure the environment to support the planned authentication.
Solution: You deploy an Azure AD Application Proxy.
Does this meet the goal?

A. Yes
B. No

Answer

B. No

Explanation

Instead, you connect HDInsight to your on-premises network by using Azure Virtual Networks and a VPN gateway.
Note: To allow HDInsight and resources in the joined network to communicate by name, you must perform the following actions:

  • Create Azure Virtual Network.
  • Create a custom DNS server in the Azure Virtual Network.
  • Configure the virtual network to use the custom DNS server instead of the default Azure Recursive Resolver.
  • Configure forwarding between the custom DNS server and your on-premises DNS server.

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Question 130

Question

DRAG DROP –
You create an Azure subscription with Azure AD Premium P2.
You need to ensure that you can use Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Privileged Identity Management (PIM) to secure Azure AD roles.
Which three actions should you perform in sequence? To answer, move the appropriate actions from the list of actions to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
Select and Place:

Actions:

  • Discover privileged roles.
  • Sign up PIM for Azure AD roles
  • Consent to PIM.
  • Discover resources.
  • Verify your identity by using multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Answer

  • Consent to PIM.
  • Verify your identity by using multi-factor authentication (MFA).
  • Sign up PIM for Azure AD roles

Explanation

Step 1: Consent to PIM.
Consent to PIM.
Step 2: Verify your identity by using multi-factor authentication (MFA)
Click Verify my identity to verify your identity with Azure MF
You’ll be asked to pick an account.
Step 3: Sign up PIM for Azure AD roles
Once you have enabled PIM for your directory, you’ll need to sign up PIM to manage Azure AD roles.

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