AEM Installation and Configuration AEM Installation and Configuration Quiz provides latest collection of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to AEM Installation and Configuration in AEM. AEM Installation and Configuration questions has been specially designed for helping students and professionals for preparing various Certification Exams and Job Interviews. Name Email You want to check the response time of a request for a page. Which log file should you choose? /crx- quickstart/logs/access.log /crx- quickstart/logs/server.log /crx- quickstart/logs/request.log /crx- quickstart/logs/stdout.logYou have renamed the CQ quickstart file to cq5-author-4502.jar. What is the correct way to install AEM 6 as a Windows Service? Open the Apache Felix Web OSGi console, navigate to Services and upload cq5-author-4502.jar. Use the command line and start CQ with java -Xmx512M -jar cq5-author-4502.jar -service. In Windows open Services > Administrative Tools and then upload cq5-author-4502.jar to the control panel. Unpack cq5-author-4502.jar, navigate to crx-quickstart/opt/helpers and start instsrv.bat.You want to configure two hostnames pointing to two different site structures in the same CQ instance. Which configuration must be set in the Apache Web server? You have to load the Dispatcher module twice in the httpd.conf and name it with the two hostnames that you want to use. You have to create a port forwarding configuration in the httpd.conf file to handle the two hostnames. You have to create two dispatcher.any configuration files one for each hostname and include the two file paths to the httpd.conf file. You have to create two VirtualHost entries and in each entry specify the rewrite rule to each site structure for each host.How do you disable WebDAV access on the publish instance? Remove the WebDAV bundle from the Apache Felix Web OSGI console In the CRX User Management Console disable the WebDAV user group Start CQ with java -jar cq-publish-4503.jar -nobrowser -nowebdav Comment according servlet mappings in web.xml and stop the WebDAV bundle in the Apache Felix Web OSGi consoleWhich command you will use to specify that you will be using an LDAP authentication in crx-quickstart ? Dcom.day.crx.security.ldap.LDAPLoginModule=required Djava.security.auth.login.config=crx-quickstart/server/etc/ldap_login.conf Dcom.day.crx.security.ldap.principals.LDAPPrincipalProvider=crx- quickstart/server/etc/ldap_login.conf Dcom.day.crx.core.CRXUserManagerImpl=crx-quickstart/server/etc/ldap_login.confWhich type of Replication Agent do you create to flush the Web server cache for a newly activated page? Set the Serialization Type property of the Default Agent to Dispatcher Flush. Create a new replication agent and set Transport URI to point to the Web server. Create a Dispatcher Flush Agent. Create a Reverse Replication Agent on the author instance.You have an AEM instance configured to use LDAP authentication. What is the purpose of sufficient parameter in “com.day.core.CRXLoginModule ;”.? It means that the authentication will use a callback implementation. It means that if authentication fails with the CRXLoginModule, the complete authentication fails It means that after logging in successfully, user credentials will be copied automatically to CRX. It means that if CRX can authenticate a user with the CRXLoginModule, the user is authenticated successfully; else CRX uses the next login module.How do you copy .jar files jcr-2.0.jar and crx-shared.jar to the Websphere folder holding the shared libraries? Start CRX Quickstart with java -jar crx--.jar -unpack and copy both files from the unpacked folder to Websphere’s shared libraries folder. Download both files via CRX Package Manager and copy both files to Websphere’s shared libraries folder. Copy crx--.jar to Websphere’s shared libraries folder. Unpack cq.war and copy both files to Websphere’s shared libraries folder.You have successfully completed the quiz. Please click submit to see your Score. RelatedLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.