Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Pre-exam Answers 2021

Below you will find the answers to the Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Pre-exam. You can check out our answers to the Post-Assessment in our Android Enterprise Professional Post-Assessment Answers page and answers to both assessments and lesson exercises and quiz on the Android Enterprise Professional Answers page.

Exam URLhttps://googlepartnertraining.fathomed.com/plans/5d42f01fe922dc0907bc3227

Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Pre-Exam Answers

Q.1 – What are the provisioning options supported for company-owned devices during initial setup?

(A) QR Code

(B) Zero Touch

(C) DPC Identifier

(D) None of the above

Q.2 – What are the two benefits that you would highlight for a customer looking to deploy applications via Managed Google Play?

(A) Prevents Admins from setting permissions to ensure app safety

(B) Allows Admins to create allow and block lists for public apps

(C) Safeguards devices by preventing private app deployment

(D) Removes the need for App wrapping

Q.3 – What are the identities that you can use for Managed Google Play?

(A) Managed Google Account

(B) Google Account

(C) My Company Account

(D) Managed Google Play Account

Q.4 – Identify the features that are related to Managed Google Play accounts.

(A) Easy to register and available immediately

(B) Obfuscated

(C) Only for Managed Google Play, and cannot be used for other Google services

(D) Auto Account provisioning upon EMM enrollment

Q.5 – Which is NOT an Android Enterprise Recommended program core requirement?

(A) It validates advanced features across multiple management sets.

(B) It demonstrates technical leadership.

(C) Ensures enterprise level support.

(D) It ensures support for Device Admin support remains in tact for customers.

Q.6 – The identity method that is preferred for G-Suite customers:

(A) Managed Google Play Account

(B) Managed Google Account

(C) EMM Enhanced Account

(D) Gmail Account

Q.7 – The following enrollment methods are supported with Android Enterprise:

(A) NFC

(B) QR Code

(C) Zero-Touch

(D) All of the above

Q.8 – Restricting applications from communicating directly to each other is an example of what Android security principle:

(A) Verified Boot

(B) Safety Net

(C) Application Sandboxing

(D) Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR)

Q.9 – Google recommends which of the following methods to securely manage, deploy or host in-house company applications?

(A) Sideloading

(B) Android admin console

(C) Zero Touch Portal

(D) Managed Google Play Store

Q.10 – Using Android Enterprise versus Device Admin (DA) is recommended for all deployments going forward because:

(A) Device Admin API’s have been marked deprecated and will eventually not be supported

(B) Device Admin API’s provided an outdated security model and management approach

(C) Android Enterprise offers a modern management framework with enterprise APIs and secure app deployment via managed Google Play.

(D) All of the above

About Android Enterprise Professional Pre-Assessment

This assessment is conducted by Google Partner training through the Fathomed platform. This assessment tests your basic understanding of the underpinnings of Android Enterprise. This exam is conducted to test the slightly advanced concepts about the Android platform developed for businesses and enterprises.

This Assessment contains a total of 5 questions and there is no passing score mentioned to move on to the next lessons. You can edit and review a question that you’ve already answered. If you fail in your first try then you can retake the exam immediately.

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