Installation Engineer cert. questions

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Q1 : How can we ensure that all Runtime Resources in the environment are configured to establish a secure connection with the Blue Prism Server ?
  • Use the /SSLCert switch in the Runtime Resource start up parameters
  • Under System :- Settings , enable “ Require secure resource connections “ settings
  • Within the configuration for the Blue Prism Server select a Connection Mode that does not contain the text “ insecure “
  • All of the above

Q2 : How can we ensure that all Runtime Resource in the environment are configured to only receive inbound INSTRUCTIONAL connections over SSL ? ( choose two )
  • Use the /SSLCert switch in the Runtime Resource start up parameters
  • Under System :- Settings , enable “ Require secure resource connections “ settings
  • Within the configuration for the Blue Prism Server select a Connection Mode that does not contain the text “ insecure “
  • Write an Application Server process which periodically polls all of the connected devices to evaluate the encryption that is being enforced

Q3 : Which of the following reasons would prevent the Blue Prism Server service from being started ? ( choose four )
  • If it can’t find a BPServer.exe profile with the name that it expects
  • If the BPServer.exe profile is not configured with the expected encryption schemes
  • If the user that the server is attempting to use cannot access the Blue Prism database
  • If there are no Blue Prism devices configured to connect to the server service
  • There is a problem with the Blue Prism license key in the environment
  • If the Server Service has nothing to process ( e.g.if there are no schedules configured )

Q4 : Which of the following features are only available when using a Blue Prism Application Server ? ( choose three )
  • Release manager
  • Credential manager where the key encryption key is stored in the database
  • Credential manager where the key encryption key is stored in a file
  • Single sign-on authentication for Blue Prism
  • Schedules
  • Database connection marshalling/proxy



Q5 : Why can’t Blue Prism Be configured to lock out users after 5 failed attempts ?
  • When using Blue Prim native authentication this is not necessary as the client runs on a windows operating system
  • It can. When using Blue Prism native authentication password security and lock out options are configurable
  • It is expected that all deployments will use Single Sign- on which negates this requirement

Q6 : What does the /SSLCert switch provide when starting a Runtime Resource ? ( choose two )
  • It ensures that the Runtime Resource establishes a secure outbound connection with the Application Server or Database Server
  • It ensures that inbound connections on the listening port ( default 8181 ) will be encrypted
  • When hosting Web Services on the Runtime Resources , the inbound connections will need to use HTTPS
  • Only users who have used a domain account to log onto the device can launch Blue Prism

Q7 : Which of the following statements are true in reference to the permissions required for the Blue Prism Application Server Service log on user ? ( choose four )
  • When a Blue Prism Server is configured with a SQL server database connection that uses SQL Native Authentication, the service log on user needs SQL dbowner privileges
  • When the Blue Prism connection used by the server is configured to use SQL Native Authentication, the service log on userdoes not need any SQL privileges
  • When a Blue Prism Server is configured with a SQL windows Authentication, the service log on user needs the minimum permissions on the appropriate Blue Prism SQL Server database as identified in the documentation
  • When using Single Sign on for the Blue Prism Platform, the service log on user needs permission to query Active Directory Security Group membership
  • When using Single Sign on for the Blue Prism platform , the service log on user needs to be a Domain Administrator
  • When using Blue Prism Native Authentication for the Blue Prism platform , the service log on user needs to be a Domain Administrator
  • When configured to use a connection mode that uses transport encryption , the service log on user needs read-access to the associated certificate’s private key





Q8 Which of the following are common reasons why a Blue Prism Interactive Client is not able to connect to an Application Server ? ( choose three )

  • If the application Server Service is not started
  • If firewalls prevent the Application Server from receiving traffic on the appropriate port
  • The Application Server is configured to use Transport Encryption but the certificate cannot be validated
  • Invalid user credentials
  • A user is logged into Blue Prism on the Application Server

Q9 what is the Blue Prism Interactive client used for ? ( choose three )
  • It is responsible for automatically starting and stopping schedules
  • In non-production environments , it is where automated processes are designed and verified
  • In production environments , it is where automated processes are designed
  • In production environments , it is used to monitor and control the platform
  • In production environments , it is used to configure the platform and define schedules
  • It is responsible for providing database connectivity to all connected devices

Q10 : which of the following are steps that would normally be take on the local device when configuring a Runtime Resource ? ( choose four )
  • Configure a connection to a Blue Prism Application Server
  • Configure the database maintenance procedures
  • Configure the Runtime Resource to start automatically when the device is logged on the appropriate parameters
  • Optionally configure the Runtime Resource start-up procedure with the thumbprint of a local certificate
  • Optionally install and configure login agent
  • Ensure the AutomateC.exe is accessible to the logged in user
  • Disable all domain policies

Q11 : what are benefits of login agent ? ( choose four )
  • Provides a Login Agent Runtime Resource which can receive simple instructions prior to being in a logged in state
  • Allows a Login Agent Runtime Resource to immediately automatically login using saved credentials as part of a device reboot
  • Removes the requirement for locally stored device credentials
  • Provides the ability to manually instruct a Login Agent Runtime Resource to login
  • Provides the ability to schedules when a Login Agent Runtime Resource will be logged in
  • Allows processes which interact with locally installed applications to be executed without the device being logged in
 
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