Android Enterprise Architecture & Implementation Answers 2020

This post contains answers to all the modules and the Final Assessment of the Android Enterprise Architecture & Implementation Course.

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Module 1 Lesson 2 Answers

Q.1 – Drag each answer to a box, then submit.

A set of enterprise features organized by use case.Solution set

Content marketplace for Android in the enterprise. It allows Admins to select and manage apps for their organization. Managed Google Play

A self-contained profile on an Android device that isolates work apps and data from personal apps and data.Work profile

An app that controls local device policies and system applications on devices. Device policy controller (DPC)

Module 1 Lesson 3 Answers

Q.1 – Drag each answer to a box, then submit.

Enrollment methods

Zero-touch

QR code

Download DPC from the Google Play Store

NFC

DPC Identifier

Identity Models

Managed Google Play Accounts

Google Accounts

Q.2 – What are the two units that Sarah will be supporting for this device deployment? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Oil & gas

(B) Manufacturing & insurance

(C) Transportation & power

(D) Finance & healthcare

Q.3 – Which of the following is a primary concern of Harry and Francesca (the stakeholders at Indigo Industries)? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Interruptions to user workflows

(B) Budget

(C) Data loss prevention

(D) Provisioning timelines

Q.4 – What are the two solutions sets that Indigo requires for this deployment? Select 2 answers, then submit.

(A) Fully managed

(B) MAM

(C) Work profile

(D) Dedicated device

Q.5 – Which of the following is an important policy that Indigo will need supported? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Factory reset protection

(B) EMM pull notifications

(C) Prevent work to personal copy/paste

(D) Disable location sharing

Q.6 – One of the challenges Sarah faces with her stakeholders is ______________. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Replacing the devices in phases, rather than all at once

(B) Convincing them that Android is secure

(C) Provisioning devices in a timely manner

(D) Encouraging VPN use with remote employees

Q.7 – What does Indigo’s current device investment look like? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) A mix of several OSes

(B) All Android

(C) All iOS

Module 2 Lesson 1 Answers

Q.1 – Use the Solutions Directory to determine which EMM provider offers an Advanced Management Set for Dedicated Device Management. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) MobileIron

(B) Microsoft

(C) BlackBerry

(D) Google Cloud Identity

Q.2 – The work  __________ challenge would support Indigo’s 6-digit work application password requirement.

(A) OS 

(B) Management Mode

(C) Security

(D) Profile

Module 2 Lesson 2 Answers

Q.1 – Use the Solutions Directory to determine 3 viable EMM recommendations. Copy and paste your answers in each of the text boxes below.

The three viable EMM recommendations are:

MobileIron, Inc

Microsoft

IBM MaaS360

Module 2 Lesson 3 Answers

Q.1 – Match each description to its corresponding identity type. Drag each answer to a box, then submit.

Managed Google Play Accounts

Easy and quick to set up

User identity managed by EMM

Preferred method

Google Accounts

Ideal for G Suite

Requires company domain to be claimed

Not designed to be used with more than one EMM

Q.2 – Select the appropriate identity type for each example company. Drag and drop each company to the corresponding identity type.

Managed Google Play Accounts

Company A

Company C

Google Accounts

Company B

Q.3 – Based on the case study details, select which identity type you would recommend for Indigo Industries.

(A) Google Accounts

(B) Managed Google Play Accounts

Q.4 – Support your recommendation to use managed Google Play Accounts by selecting all the case study requirements that require managed Google Play. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(1) Personal device (BYOD) and corporate-liable

(2) Unknown sources and USB debugging disabled

(3) Flexible identity model hosted by EMMs

(4) User-driven provisioning

(5) Work to personal device (BYOD) copy/paste prevented

(6) 6-digit work application password for personal device (BYOD)

(7) 4-digit device PIN security

Module 2 Lesson 4 Answers

Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Q.1 – Which is the minimum Android OS that lets you add a work profile from Settings?

(A) 8.0

(B) 5.1

(C) 6.0

(D) 7.0

Q.2 – Which is the minimum Android OS that supports zero-touch on a range of OEM devices?

(A) 8.0

(B) 5.1

(C) 6.0

(D) 7.0

Q.3 – Which is the minimum Android OS version that supports QR code provisioning?

(A) 8.0

(B) 5.1

(C) 6.0

(D) 7.0

Select each box and choose the correct option, then submit.

Q.4 – What is the simplest method for provisioning Android 7.0+ devices for Indigo Industries?

(A) NFC

(B) DPC Identifier

(C) QR Code

(D) Zero-touch

Q.5 – What is the simplest method for provisioning Android 8.0+ devices for Indigo Industries?

(A) NFC

(B) DPC Identifier

(C) QR Code

(D) Zero-touch

Q.6 – Why is zero-touch enrollment recommended for Android? Select 2 answers then, then submit.

(A) Users just open the box and start using the device with management, apps and configurations all set.

(B) Zero-touch is a great way to deploy personal device (BYOD) work profiles.

(C) Zero-touch is ideal for most fully managed device deployment scenarios.

(D) Zero-touch is open to all devices not purchased from carriers/resellers.

Q.7 – Choose the correct benefit statements regarding zero-touch enrollment. Select all the answers that apply, then click submit.

(A) There’s no need for IT to physically handle the managed devices.

(B) Configurations are automatically applied to devices on first boot.

(C) Streamlines device deployments.

Module 2 Lesson 5 Answers

Q.1 – When two policies fulfill the same need, which one should you recommend? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Choose the policy that has the lowest OS requirement.

(B) Choose the policy with the highest OS requirement.

(C) Choose the policy that’s designated as an advanced feature.

(D) Choose the policy that most closely aligns with the requirement.

Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Q.2 – Which is the minimum Android OS version to support the Disable USB debugging policy?

(A) 5.1

(B) 7.0

(C) 8.0

(D) 6.0

Q.3 – Which is the minimum Android OS version to support “Disable unknown sources” security policy?

(A) 7.0

(B) 5.0

(C) 8.0

(D) 6.0

Q.4 – Which is the minimum Android OS to support a 6-digit work application password?

(A) 8.0

(B) 5.1

(C) 6.0

(D) 7.0

Module 2 Lesson 6 Module Review Exercise Answers

Q.1 – Android Enterprise ____________ EMMs are required to support standard features plus advanced features across two management sets.

(A) Feature

(B) Recommended

(C) Prioritized

(D) Highlighted

Complete this quiz by filling in the missing word. Select each box and enter the missing word, then submit.

Q.1 – One of the advantages of using _______ Google Play Accounts to manage user identities is that they’re hosted with the EMM.

The correct answer is Managed.

Q.2 – Only devices with a minimum OS version of _____ are compatible with the zero-touch provisioning process.

The correct answer is 8.0

Q.3 – When a policy is not supported by your EMM provider, who should you contact? ______ provider

The correct answer is EMM.

Module Review Exercise

Choose whether these statements are true or false. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Q.1 – The Android Enterprise feature list details minimum OS requirements of each feature and the solution set it applies to.

(A) True

(B) Fasle

Q.2 – Understanding minimum OS requirements is critical for maintaining feature compatibility across devices.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.3 – Managed Google Play Accounts is the preferred identity type when creating an enterprise.

(A) True

(B) False

Module 3 Lesson 1 Answers

Q.1 – Indigo Industries can only have one version of the Android OS deployed within their organization. Select one answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.2 – Android Enterprise Recommended devices meet elevated enterprise requirements validated by Google. Select one answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.3 – When determining the minimum OS a customer needs, which of the following is true? Select one answer, then submit.

(A) Use personal device (BYOD) requirements for primary determination.

(B) Corporate liable devices and personal devices (BYOD) often have the same minimum OS level.

(C) Personal devices (BYOD) and corporate liable devices can have different minimum OS levels.

(D) Use corporate liable device requirements for primary determination.

Q.4 – How often do Android Enterprise Recommended devices receive security patches? Android Enterprise devices receive security patches every ____ days.

The correct answers is 90 days.

Module 3 Lesson 2 Answers

Q.1 – Using the Android Enterprise Feature List resources, map which of the Indigo policy requirements correspond with the feature descriptions and select the ones that match. Select 4 answers, then submit.

The correct answers are:

Work security challenge

Default security policies

Device security challenge

Cross-profile data management

Q.2 – Using the Indigo Industries case study, map the minimum OS supported for each policy requirement under both BYOD and Corporate Liable solution sets.

What’s the minimum supported OS for:

Personal devices (BYOD)? 7.0

Corporate liable devices?   8.0

Q.3 – Building on the previous exercise, use the table above to assess the number of corporate-liable devices currently being used by Indigo Industries that will need to be replaced. Select each box and enter the missing word, then submit.

Minimum OS version to be supported. – 8.0

Number of devices to keep – 2717

Number of devices to replace – 1110

Module 3 Lesson 3 Answers

Q.1 – Of the devices listed in the table above, how many fit the requirements of Indigo Industries’ finance team?

Drag the slider to select a number, then submit.

The correct Answer –

Devices

LG G6
LG V30
Google Pixel
Google Pixel XL

Q.2 – Of the devices listed in the table above, how many devices are Android Enterprise Recommended and are considered flagship models?

Drag the slider to select a number, then submit.

Correct answer – 3

Devices

Google Pixel 3
Nokia 9
LG V40

Q.3 – Match each possible objection with the correct reply. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Android is fragmented and insecure – With multiple layers of security built-in, Android has evolved into the most secure mobile operating system and has been independently verified by industry research providers

Android security patches are infrequent. – All Android Enterprise Recommended devices receive security updates within 90 days of the patch being released from Google.

Android management options are limited.Managing Android devices is as simple as it is robust – one solution for corporate and employee-owned devices allowing effortless control over data and apps

Android applications are unsafe.Android security starts at the application layer with Google Play Protect built-in. It automatically scans all apps daily and is the most widely deployed mobile threat protection service in the world, leading to 99.99% of Android devices being free of PHAs.

Android devices are difficult to deploy.Android provides flexible deployment options to meet the needs of any business. Zero-touch deployment allows for bulk enrollment of devices with no manual setup needed

Module 3 Lesson 4 Answers

Q.1 – Where would you direct a customer to view the device requirements for Android Enterprise Recommended? Select one answer, then submit.

(A) Android developer guides

(B) OEM support sites

(C) android.com/enterprise/recommended

(D) Device Solutions Directory

Q.2 – Time for a quiz! Test your knowledge by indicating whether the statement is true or false. Drag each answer to a box, then submit.

Thumbs Up

The minimum OS support requirements may vary across different solution sets for the same feature offering.

Google Mobile Services provides a standard baseline of Android Enterprise support.

Thumbs Down

Android Enterprise features are supported on all GMS and AOSP devices.

Q.3 – Which of the following is an Android Enterprise Recommended device requirement? Select all answers that apply, then submit.

(A) Consistent provisioning UX

(B) Zero-touch support

(C) Security patches delivered within 90 days

(D) Secure element support

Match an answer to each of the statements. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Q.4 – Where’s the best place to start when choosing new Android devices to deploy within an organization?

Answer – Android Enterprise Recommended

Q.5 – What resource can be used to identify all other devices that support Android Enterprise?

Answer – The Device Solutions Directory

Q.6 – How do GMS certified devices differ from those that are Android Enterprise Recommended? Select all answers that apply, then submit.

(A) They are the same designation, just different terminology

(B) GMS supports Google Apps

(C) Only AER devices are listed in the Solutions Directory

(D) AER devices are validated by Google to meet an elevated set of specifications

Match the correct answer to complete the statement, then submit.

Q.7 – When managing device variety, it’s best to start with the ____________ OS.

Answer – Minimum

Q.8 – Begin with ____________ and provisioning when determining the minimum OS to support.

Answer – Security

Module 4 Lesson 1 Answers

Q.1 – True or False: Any apps or data outside the work profile on BYOD solution sets are not accessible by an IT admin and remain private to the user.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.2 – Name the important processes that IT admins need to be aware of when curating applications.

(A) Security

(B) Updates

(C) Deployment

(D) All of the above

Q.3 – True or False: The managed Google Play Store allows for blacklisting and whitelisting of both public and private apps.

(A) True

(B) False

Module 4 Lesson 2 Answers

Q.1 – Depending on the EMM instance you’re using, some embed managed Google Play through an iFrame. Assuming the EMM instance you’re using doesn’t support this, please select where an IT Admin would perform the described actions. Drag each answer to a box, then submit.

Managed Google Play console and EMM Console – IT admin wants to configure access to approved apps and prevent access to unapproved apps for their device users.

Managed Google Play console – IT admin wants to make new apps available to the company.

EMM Console – IT admin wants to change the look and feel of the company’s Google Play Store.

Q.2 – In the managed Google Play Store, admins can accept app permissions on behalf of the user. Select the answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.3 – In the managed Google Play Store, admins can whitelist any app on the public Google Play Store for corporate use. Select the answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Module 4 Lesson 3 Answers

For each question, determine which applications best meet Indigo’s criteria. Use play.google.com/work to determine the apps that would be most suitable.

Q.1 – Choose a messenger client. Select the 3 that apply, then submit.

(A) Google Hangouts Chat

(B) Slack

(C) Microsoft Teams

(D) Default SMS

Q.2 – Choose the file viewer and editor apps that meet the requirements. Select the 3 correct answers, then submit.

(A) Files

(B) Google Chrome

(C) Files by Google

(D) Samsung My Files

Q.3 – Choose the secure browser apps that meet the requirements. Select the 3 correct answers, then submit.

(A) EMM Secure Browser

(B) Microsoft Edge

(C) Google Chrome

(D) Firefox

Q.4 – Choose the email clients that works with O365. Select the 2 correct answers, then submit.

(A) Microsoft Outlook

(B) AOL

(C) Gmail

Q.5 – Determine which VPN app offer a managed configuration. Select the answer, then submit.

(A) OpenVPN

(B) Cisco AnyConnect

Q.6 – Determine which camera app(s) meet the requirements. Select all that apply, then submit.

(A) Google Camera

(B) Open Camera

Q.7 – Determine which contact app(s) meet the requirements. Select all that apply, then submit.

(A) Google Contacts

(B) Outlook

Module 4 Lesson 4 Answers

Q.1 – Drag and drop the steps of publishing a private application in the correct order. Drag items into the correct order, then submit.

The correct order of steps is:

Step 1 – Set up Google Play Console

Step 2 – Determine hosting method

Step 3 – Designate the app for private distribution

Step 4 – Manage version across channels

Module 4 Lesson 5 Answers

Indigo has expressed that their applications need to be distributed securely to their users and that the protection of corporate data from malicious applications is maintained on the device.

Q.1 – Identify which application policies/restrictions can be used via an EMM console to protect Indigo’s work data. Select 6 answers, then submit.

Enable force encryption

Enable force verify apps

Disable debugging

Prevent app uninstalls

Disable developer options

Disable cross-profile data sharing

Q.2 – Match each of Indigo’s requirements with the description provided in the Solutions Directory. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Apps prevented from writing to external storage – Mass storage disabled

Additional accounts unable to be added to the device – Work access restricted to authorized Cloud Identity accounts

Specific applications set as mandatory – Work apps silently distributed

Lockscreen notifications redacted for work applications – Lock screen restrictions set

Module 4 Lesson 7 Review Answers

Q.1 – What are the benefits of uploading an application to Google Play? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Malware security checks

(B) Increased download speeds

(C) Open, closed, and internal test channels

(D) All of the above

Q.2 – Which resource offers the ability to test how an app will behave in a managed context? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Test DPC

(B) Android Management Experience

(C) Google Play EMM API

(D) Google Play Console

Q.3 – Which resource enables the testing of enterprise features without Enterprise Mobility Management software? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Google Play EMM API

(B) Google Play Console

(C) Android Management Experience

(D) Android Management API

Q.4 – Complete this quiz by selecting the correct answer from the dropdown options. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

In addition to EMM consoles, where else can you search and approve applications? – Managed Google Play Store

What are the different methods for hosting private applications? – Google-hosted and self-hosted

Which identifier lets you enable a private application within a given organization? – Organization ID

Q.5 – How many enterprises can be whitelisted to access a private application? Select the box and enter the missing word, then submit.

The correct answer is 100

Q.6 – What is the primary function of the Verify Apps feature? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Verifies integrity of apps installed on the device

(B) Verifies application developers

(C) Injects security code into applications

(D) Rejects apps installed outside of Google Play

Q.7 – System apps are installed on devices by enforcing what policy? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Enable system apps

(B) System apps are already installed

(C) Install system apps

(D) Push system apps

Q.8 – Which features are included in Google Play Protect? Select 3 answers, then submit.

(A) Location tracking

(B) App verification

(C) Safe browsing

(D) Find my device

Module 5 Lesson 1 Answers

Q.1 – True or False: Certificates are a mechanism by which two entities, that have never met, can communicate in a secure way. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.2 – Firewalls act as one of the first line of defense against malicious attacks from malware and hackers. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Sarah’s stakeholders have a number of requirements for their network setup that were included in the proposal. Using what you know of the case study, select all answers that apply and submit.

Q.3 – What is our SSID? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) INDY_IND

(B) Industry778

Q.4 – Is there an SSL inspection? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Yes

(B) No

Q.5 – How do we secure our network and what do we need to authenticate? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) PSK

(B) Open network

(C) WPA

(D) WPA2

Q.6 – Is there a proxy server being used? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Yes

(B) No

Q.7 – What VPN solution do we currently use? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) NordVPN

(B) IPVanish

(C) OpenVPN

(D) Cisco AnyConnect

Q.8 – How is our VPN secured? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Unsecured

(B) Managed configuration

(C) Certificate

(D) Password

Q.9 – Is it possible to configure a VPN so that traffic from only one app is allowed through? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Yes

(B) No

Q.10 – For the Finance teams what traffic should go through VPN? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Only certain endpoints

(B) User can choose

(C) Specific apps only

(D) All traffic

Q.11 – Does our VPN support split tunneling to access our internal server? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Yes

(B) No

Module 5 Lesson 3 Answers

Q.1 – You cannot create new certificates for use on Android – only manage existing ones. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) True

(B) False

Q.2 – Which of the following certificates can be configured on Android? Select the 3 correct answers, then submit.

(A) Global

(B) User

(C) Root

(D) Intermediate

Q.3 – Does every app require some kind of certificate authentication? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) No

(B) Yes

Module 5 Lesson 4 Answers

Q.1 – Which VPN configuration best fits Indigo’s needs for their finance division? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) User-Initiated VPN

(B) Per-Profile VPN

(C) Always-On VPN

(D) Per-App VPN

Q.2 – Which VPN configuration best fits Indigo’s needs for their healthcare division? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Per-Profile VPN

(B) User-Initiated VPN

(C) Always-On VPN

(D) Per-App VPN

Module 5 Lesson 6 Review Answers

Q.1 – Which is the best VPN configuration to ensure all work data is secured? Select the 1 answer, then submit.

(A) User-Initiated VPN

(B) Per-Profile VPN

(C) Per-App VPN

(D) Always-On VPN

Q.2 – Which VPN connection type is used in instances where only a few applications or websites require a high security connection? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Always-On VPN

(B) Per-App VPN

(C) User-Initiated VPN

(D) Per-Profile VPN

Q.3 – What can Indigo Industries do within their firewall settings to ensure all traffic is behind a SSL connection and encrypted? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Enable Safe Browsing

(B) Use Google Play Protect

(C) Deny all traffic

(D) Block port 80

Module 6 Lesson 2 Answers

Q. Select the best and safest option to test your deployment in alignment with best practice for each of the scenarios below. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

(1) A safe way to test if a policy is working is to…?

Answer – Push to a test device using the Indigo enterprise you’ve created.

(2) What would be the safest way to verify new devices are getting provisioned correctly?

Answer – Factory reset your test device and check if it is provisioning correctly upon reboot.

(3) What should you do if you encounter deployment issues?

Answer – Apply a problem solving framework before doing anything else.

Module 6 Lesson 4 Answers

Q.1 – Put the recommended migration steps in order. Once complete, click submit to continue.

(1) Analysis

(2) Requirements mapping

(3) Proof of concept

(4) Deployment

Q.2 – Device admin has been considered a __________ management approach since Android’s fully managed device and work profile modes were introduced in Android 5.0.

The correct answers is legacy.

Q.3 – Android Enterprise is the __________ management solution that will serve your organization’s needs well into the future.

The correct answer is modern.

Module 6 Lesson 5 Review Answers

Match the problem solving framework steps to its proper description. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Q.1 – Compare the observed behavior against the expected behavior.

Answer – Describe behavior

Q.2 – Consider the most common causes identified to narrow the scope of the issue.

Answer – Process of elimination

Q.3 – Eliminate conflated issues or general confusion that misdiagnose root causes.

Answer – Trust but verify

Q.4 – Identify systemic problems versus localized issue.

Answer – Reproduce issue

Q.5 – Ask for screen captures, logs, and all other relevant information.

Answer – Gather data

Q.6 – Review common troubleshooting steps which may not apply to the issue or were skipped.

Answer – Review watchpoints

Q.7 – Put the escalation process in the correct order, then click submit.

The correct order is:

(1) Escalate to EMM

(2) Escalate to OEM

(3) Escalate to carrier or reseller

Android Enterprise Architecture & Implementation Final Assessment Answers

Quiz: Part 1 – Case study

Q.1 – Test your knowledge by selecting the topics most relevant to Tony’s requirements. Select 6 answers, then submit.

The correct answers are:

Managed Google Play

Rugged devices

Dedicated company-owned devices

VPN

EMM

Corporate-owned, single use

Quiz: Part 2 – EMM, identity, and provisioning

Q.1 – Use the Solutions Directory to determine 3 viable EMM recommendations. Copy and paste your answers in each of the text boxes below.

MobileIron, Inc

Microsoft

IBM MaaS360

Q.2 – Does the Transportation deployment need a Standard Management Set or Advanced Management Set? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) Standard Management Set

(B) Advanced Management Set

Q.3 – Use the Solutions Directory to determine which EMM provider listed below offers an Advanced Management Set for Dedicated Device Management. Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) MobileIron

(B) Blackberry

(C) Microsoft

(D) Google Cloud Identity

Q.4 – Based on the case study details, select which identity type you would recommend for Indigo Industries’ Transportation department.

(A) Managed Google Play Accounts

(B) Google Accounts

Q.5 – Determining the minimum Android version to support each provisioning method.Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

QR Code – 7.0+

Zero-touch enrollment – 8.0+

Q.6 – Tony at Indigo wants a simple way for users to provision devices right out of the box without needing a dedicated IT team to assist in the deployment. Which are the two best solutions for this? Select 2 answers, then submit.

(A) DPC identifier

(B) QR code

(C) Zero-touch

(D) NFC

Quiz: Part 3 – Devices and OS

Q.1 – Based on what you know about Tony’s situation, determine the minimum OS version that will support the required policies for the transportation department. Select each box and make a selection, then submit.

Enforced 4-digit device PIN security – 5.0+

Advanced location sharing management – 5.0+

Lock down clock and timezone settings – 5.0+

Admins can lock a set of apps to the screen – 6.0+

Users can’t factory reset the device – 5.1+

Admins able to remotely wipe or lock devices – 5.0+

Q.2 – What is the minimum OS version to support the required policies? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) 5.0

(B) 5.1

(C) 6.0

(D) 7.0

Q.3 – When planning the deployment, which of the following topics have the highest impact on the rest of the deployment? Select 2 answers, then submit.

(A) Device provisioning

(B) Device security

(C) Device usability

(D) Account & app management

Q.4 – In order to support Indigo’s policies, the minimum OS version 6.0 is required. However, the devices needed for the transportation deployment are required to be rugged as designated by Android Enterprise Recommended. What is the minimum OS to support rugged devices? Select 1 answer, then submit.

(A) 5.0+

(B) 6.0+

(C) 7.0+

(D) 8.0+

(E) 9.0+

Q.5 – What is the minimum OS to support rugged devices?

Answer – 7.0

Quiz: Part 4 – Managed Play, Apps, and Policies

Q.1 – Match each of Indigo’s requirements with the description provided in the Solutions Directory. Make your selection, then click submit.

Enforce 4-digit device PIN security – Device security challenge

Lock down clock and timezone settings – System clock management

Admins can lock a set of apps to the screen – Lock task mode management

Users can’t factory reset the device – Factory reset protection management

Q.2 – Using the  device admin overview and the Android Enterprise Feature List, find the minimum OS that will allow you to: Select each box and make a selection, then submit

Set complex passwords – 5.0+

Alphanumeric password required – 5.0+

Disable camera – 5.0+

Quiz: Part 5 – Networking, VPN, and Certificates

Q.1 – What are some of the questions you will need to know about existing networking infrastructure and security to deploy devices through managed Google Play? Select 1 answer, then submit

The correct answer is All of the above

Q.2 – Which VPN configuration best fits Indigo’s needs to preserve network bandwidth for their transportation division? Select your answer, then click Submit.

(A) Always-On VPN

(B) Per-App VPN

(C) User-Initiated VPN

(D) Per-Profile VPN

About Android Enterprise Architecture & Implementation

This course is designed by Google Partner training through the Fathomed platform. The course tests your knowledge of how Android Enterprise Architecture looks like. You are tested on how the implementation and deployment process of Android devices with the Android Enterprise.

You need to complete all the modules correctly to earn the certificate. The certificate is valid for a period of 12 months and if you fail in your first try then you can retake the exam immediately.

Exam Requirements

There are three main requirements for applying to this exam:

(1) You should own a Smartphone or Computer with an active Internet connection.

(2) You should have a free Google Account.

(3) You will need to register with a company email.

Course Modules of the Exam

There are a total of 6 modules on which you are tested in this exam.

(1) Introduction to AE Architecture and Implementation.

(2) EMM, Identity and Provisioning.

(3) Devices and OS.

(4) Managed Google Play, Apps and policies.

(5) Networking, VPN and Certificates.

(6) Implementation Best Practices.

Key Features Of This Exam

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Conclusion

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