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I think its safe to ask this question. On the test main page, is there a requirement to check the boxes for 'Done', 'Revisit', or even boxes inside the question prompts? It seems to me this is just for our own benefit. I left quite a few checked to revisit and now I'm thinking they weren't graded?
I'm positive that those progress markers are for your information only. Grading will be done solely based on what you've created on your test systems.
The e-mail with your test results contains a link to contact Red Hat to query them about your results. I've found this very helpful, even though you won't get all the details because of the certification NDA.
Got a new question. This was not on my test, but rather in practice labs. Set account expiry date for 90 days from now. Seems to me you can use 'usermod -e date', but Red Hat labs indicate the use of 'chage -E date' instead. Both methods set the 'account expires' in chage -l to the requested date. My question: If I use usermod, but Red Hat wants chage, do I get the question wrong?
Exams only care about the outcome, and are assessed automatically. Whether you use usermod, chage or edit stuff manually in /etc/shadow, /etc/password it should not matter as long as the modification is done successfully.
Hi, as per the email for taking remote exams it has been mentioned only one physical monitor allowed. so we can't use as extended monitor with laptop if we need to use keyboard / mousepad of the laptop ?
Does that mean laptop connected to one physical monitor but laptop closed ? if that's the case need to use wired keyboard and mouse ?