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An administrator has an SVM named vs1 that is being used for UNIX workloads. Name mappings have been configured with both local name mapping files and with LDAP.

NIS will not be used in the environment. The administrator needs to ensure that LDAP takes precedence for access over file-based name mappings.

In this scenario, how would you accomplish this task?

  • A . Do not change anything, this is the default behavior.
  • B . Use the vserver services name-service ns-switch command to set the order of preference.
  • C . Modify the /etc/nsswitch.conf file to set the order of preference on the UNIX hosts connecting to the SV
  • E . Use System Manager to modify the properties of the vserver to set the order of preference.

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Suggested Answer: B

   
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