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Obtaining the CCTE 156-586 certification can help you demonstrate your expertise in Check Point solutions and advance your career in related industry. Using 156-586 dumps as part of your study plan can help you identify knowledge gaps, improve your exam-taking skills, provide immediate feedback, and increase your chances of passing the 156-586 exam. Check Point 156-586 exam free dumps questions are available below.

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1. Which of the following is contained in the System Domain of the Postgres database?

2. What does CMI stand for in relation to the Access Control Policy?

3. Your users have some issues connecting with Mobile Access VPN to your gateway.

How can you debug the tunnel establishment?

4. What process monitors, terminates, and restarts critical Check Point processes as necessary?

5. SmartEvent utilizes the Log Server, Correlation Unit and SmartEvent Server to aggregate logs and identify security events.

The three main processes that govern these SmartEvent components are:

6. Which of the following would NOT be a flag when debugging a unified policy?

7. When dealing with monolithic operating systems such as Gaia, where are system calls initiated from to achieve a required system level function?

8. You receive reports that Users cannot browse internet sites. You are using identity awareness with AD Query and Identity Collector in addition you have the Browser Based Authentication Enabled.

What command can be used to debug the problem?

9. Where do you enable log indexing on the SMS?

10. The Check Point Firewall Kernel is the core component of the Gaia operating system and an integral part of the traffic inspection process. There are two procedures available for debugging the firewall kernel.

Which procedure/command is used for troubleshooting packet drops and other kernel activities while using minimal resources (1 MB buffer)?


 

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