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Vendor: Blue Prism
Exam Code: AIE02
Exam Name: Installing and Configuring a Blue Prism (Version 6.0) Environment
Date: Dec 24, 2019
File Size: 20 KB

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Question 1
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.)
  1. 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
  2. When the Blue Prism connection used by the server is configured to use SQL Native Authentication, the service log on user does not need any SQL privileges
  3. When a Blue Prism Server is configured with a SQL Server database connection that uses 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
  4. When using Single Sign on for the Blue Prism platform, the service log on user needs permission to query Active Directory Security Group membership
  5. When using Single Sign on for the Blue Prism platform, the service log on user needs to be a Domain Administrator
  6. When using Blue Prism native authentication for the Blue Prism platform, the service log on user needs to be a Domain Administrator
  7. 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
Correct answer: CDFG
Question 2
What does the Server Services tab within BPServer.exe provide?
  1. It allows you to select which logon account will be used when the server service is started
  2. It allows you to select whether the service account will be started automatically and configure the behavior if the service fails to start
  3. It checks that the service logon account is allowed to start a listener for the configured binding
  4. It checks that the service logon account is allowed to start a listener for the configured binding and provides the option to manage the permissions
  5. It validates that there is a service associated with the profile, and if not, provides the option to create a new service. It also checks that the service logon account is allowed to start a listener for the configured binding and provides the option to manage the permissions.
Correct answer: B
Question 3
What BPServer.exe profile name is the default Blue Prism Server service configured to use?
  1. It will use the profile which is configured with the “Is Default” flag
  2. It will use the first profile when ordered alphabetically
  3. It will use the last profile when ordered alphabetically
  4. It will use the profile named “Default”
Correct answer: D
Explanation:
Reference: https://help.blueprism.com/Installation-Platform/Configuration/Connections/1129845562/Why-is-the-Blue-Prism-Server-service-failing-to-start.htm
Reference: https://help.blueprism.com/Installation-Platform/Configuration/Connections/1129845562/Why-is-the-Blue-Prism-Server-service-failing-to-start.htm
Question 4
When a Runtime Resource has been started using the /sslcert switch, why might it not be able to receive connections? (Choose three.)
  1. If the name on the certificate does not match the name being used to connect to the Runtime Resource
  2. If the thumbprint of the certificate is not for a valid certificate on the local device
  3. If the certificate has expired or been revoked
  4. If the certificate has not been issued by a certification authority that is trusted by the device attempting to connect
  5. If the context user of the Runtime Resource does not have read-only access to the certificate’s private key
Correct answer: ACD
Question 5
Which of the following reasons would prevent the Blue Prism Server service from being started? (Choose four.)
  1. If it can’t find a BPServer.exe profile with the name that it expects
  2. If the BPServer.exe profile is not configured with the expected encryption schemes
  3. If the user that the server is attempting to use cannot access the Blue Prism database
  4. If there are no Blue Prism devices configured to connect to the server service
  5. There is a problem with the Blue Prism license key in the environment
  6. If the server service has nothing to process (e.g. if there are no schedules configured)
Correct answer: BCDE
Question 6
When starting a Runtime Resource using the /sslcert switch, what reasons can prevent it from starting? (Choose two.)
  1. If the name on the certificate does not match the name (or correct format) of the Runtime Resource
  2. If the thumbprint of the certificate is not for a valid certificate on the local device
  3. If the certificate has expired or been revoked
  4. If the certificate has not been issued by a certification authority that is trusted by device attempting to connect
Correct answer: AC
Question 7
What format of machine name does an Interactive Client or Application Server use to establish a direct connection with a Runtime Resource?
  1. It always uses the short machine name (e.g. robot001)
  2. It always uses the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) (e.g. robot001.mydomain.local)
  3. It depends on the system wide setting which indicates whether short name or FQDN will be used
  4. It uses the format of the name specified on the certificate that is associated with the Runtime Resource
Correct answer: C
Question 8
How can we ensure that all Runtime Resources in the environment are configured to establish a secure connection with the Blue Prism server?
  1. Use the /SSLCert switch in the Runtime Resource start up parameters
  2. Under System -> Settings, enable the “Require secure resource connections” setting
  3. Within the configuration for the Blue Prism Server select a Connection Mode that does not contain the text “insecure”
  4. All of the above
Correct answer: A
Question 9
What conditions must be met for a conventional Runtime Resource to be able to receive an instruction and start processing? (Choose three.)
  1. The device where the Runtime Resource is installed must be logged in
  2. An Interactive Client must be logged in prior to starting the Runtime Resource
  3. The Runtime Resource must be started
  4. The network connectivity must be configured to allow the Runtime Resource to receive connections from all relevant Interactive Clients and Application Servers
  5. All Application Servers must be configured to process schedules
  6. The SSLCert switch must be configured on the Application Server
Correct answer: DEF
Question 10
How can we ensure that all Runtime Resources in the environment are configured to only receive inbound INSTRUCTIONAL connections over SSL? (Choose two.)
  1. Use the /SSLCert switch in the Runtime Resource start up parameters
  2. Under System ->Settings, enable the “Require secure resource connections” setting
  3. Within the configuration for the Blue Prism Server select a Connection Mode that does not contain the text “Insecure”
  4. Write an Application Server process which periodically polls all of the connected devices to evaluate the encryption that is being enforced
Correct answer: AC
Question 11
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.)
  1. 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
  2. When the Blue Prism connection used by the server is configured to use SQL Native Authentication, the service log on user does not need any SQL privileges
  3. When a Blue Prism Server is configured with a SQL Server database connection that uses 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
  4. When using Single Sign on for the Blue Prism platform, the service log on user needs permission to query Active Directory Security Group membership
  5. When using Single Sign on for the Blue Prism platform, the service log on user needs to be a Domain Administrator
  6. When using Blue Prism native authentication for the Blue Prism platform, the service log on user needs to be a Domain Administrator
  7. 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
Correct answer: CDFG
Question 12
What does the Server Services tab within BPServer.exe provide?
  1. It allows you to select which logon account will be used when the server service is started
  2. It allows you to select whether the service account will be started automatically and configure the behavior if the service fails to start
  3. It checks that the service logon account is allowed to start a listener for the configured binding
  4. It checks that the service logon account is allowed to start a listener for the configured binding and provides the option to manage the permissions
  5. It validates that there is a service associated with the profile, and if not, provides the option to create a new service. It also checks that the service logon account is allowed to start a listener for the configured binding and provides the option to manage the permissions.
Correct answer: B
Question 13
What BPServer.exe profile name is the default Blue Prism Server service configured to use?
  1. It will use the profile which is configured with the “Is Default” flag
  2. It will use the first profile when ordered alphabetically
  3. It will use the last profile when ordered alphabetically
  4. It will use the profile named “Default”
Correct answer: D
Explanation:
Reference: https://help.blueprism.com/Installation-Platform/Configuration/Connections/1129845562/Why-is-the-Blue-Prism-Server-service-failing-to-start.htm
Reference: https://help.blueprism.com/Installation-Platform/Configuration/Connections/1129845562/Why-is-the-Blue-Prism-Server-service-failing-to-start.htm
Question 14
When a Runtime Resource has been started using the /sslcert switch, why might it not be able to receive connections? (Choose three.)
  1. If the name on the certificate does not match the name being used to connect to the Runtime Resource
  2. If the thumbprint of the certificate is not for a valid certificate on the local device
  3. If the certificate has expired or been revoked
  4. If the certificate has not been issued by a certification authority that is trusted by the device attempting to connect
  5. If the context user of the Runtime Resource does not have read-only access to the certificate’s private key
Correct answer: ACD
Question 15
Which of the following reasons would prevent the Blue Prism Server service from being started? (Choose four.)
  1. If it can’t find a BPServer.exe profile with the name that it expects
  2. If the BPServer.exe profile is not configured with the expected encryption schemes
  3. If the user that the server is attempting to use cannot access the Blue Prism database
  4. If there are no Blue Prism devices configured to connect to the server service
  5. There is a problem with the Blue Prism license key in the environment
  6. If the server service has nothing to process (e.g. if there are no schedules configured)
Correct answer: BCDE
Question 16
When starting a Runtime Resource using the /sslcert switch, what reasons can prevent it from starting? (Choose two.)
  1. If the name on the certificate does not match the name (or correct format) of the Runtime Resource
  2. If the thumbprint of the certificate is not for a valid certificate on the local device
  3. If the certificate has expired or been revoked
  4. If the certificate has not been issued by a certification authority that is trusted by device attempting to connect
Correct answer: AC
Question 17
What format of machine name does an Interactive Client or Application Server use to establish a direct connection with a Runtime Resource?
  1. It always uses the short machine name (e.g. robot001)
  2. It always uses the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) (e.g. robot001.mydomain.local)
  3. It depends on the system wide setting which indicates whether short name or FQDN will be used
  4. It uses the format of the name specified on the certificate that is associated with the Runtime Resource
Correct answer: C
Question 18
How can we ensure that all Runtime Resources in the environment are configured to establish a secure connection with the Blue Prism server?
  1. Use the /SSLCert switch in the Runtime Resource start up parameters
  2. Under System -> Settings, enable the “Require secure resource connections” setting
  3. Within the configuration for the Blue Prism Server select a Connection Mode that does not contain the text “insecure”
  4. All of the above
Correct answer: A
Question 19
What conditions must be met for a conventional Runtime Resource to be able to receive an instruction and start processing? (Choose three.)
  1. The device where the Runtime Resource is installed must be logged in
  2. An Interactive Client must be logged in prior to starting the Runtime Resource
  3. The Runtime Resource must be started
  4. The network connectivity must be configured to allow the Runtime Resource to receive connections from all relevant Interactive Clients and Application Servers
  5. All Application Servers must be configured to process schedules
  6. The SSLCert switch must be configured on the Application Server
Correct answer: DEF
Question 20
How can we ensure that all Runtime Resources in the environment are configured to only receive inbound INSTRUCTIONAL connections over SSL? (Choose two.)
  1. Use the /SSLCert switch in the Runtime Resource start up parameters
  2. Under System ->Settings, enable the “Require secure resource connections” setting
  3. Within the configuration for the Blue Prism Server select a Connection Mode that does not contain the text “Insecure”
  4. Write an Application Server process which periodically polls all of the connected devices to evaluate the encryption that is being enforced
Correct answer: AC
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