Air Force CDC 3D151: Client Systems Journeyman! This trivia Questions Quiz is designed to help you see just how attentive you have been throughout the training and if it is enough to earn you the pass certificate. How about you give it a shot and get to see if you need to have another study session before the exams are due. All the best!
Software or hardware.
Software and equipment
Application or hardware
Application and equipment
A resolution group only
A specific technician only.
Remedy automatically assigns tickets.
A resolution group or specific technician.
Reliability and Maintainability System (REMIS).
Telephone Management System
Standard Base Supply System (SBSS).
Automate equipment history, scheduling, and other processes.
Function as a common interactive interface for other systems.
Roll base-level logistics data up to the Air Force level.
Provide status and inventory data.
Air Force Equipment Management System (AFEMS).
Telecommunications Management System (TMS).
Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS).
Automated Information System (AIS).
Access database at Randolph Air Force Base (AFB).
Access database at Wright-Patterson AFB.
Oracle database at Wright-Patterson AFB.
Oracle database at Randolph AFB.
Defense Courier Service.
Protected distribution system
Communications security equipment.
Intrusion Detection Optical Communications System.
Physical separation and electromagnetic separation
Electromagnetic separation and electrical separation
Physical separation and electrical separation.
Physical separation and emission separation
Eliminate all instances of radiation of electrical impulses.
Reduce the chances of radiation of electrical impulses.
Improve the signal of radiation of electrical impulses
Increase the range of radiation of electrical impulses.
Controlled access area (CAA).
Restricted access area (RAA).
Limited control area (LCA).
Uncontrolled access area (UAA).
Encrypted classified or unclassified.
Encrypted classified only.
Line route or visual.
Emission security (EMSEC).
Transient Electromagnetic Pulse Emanation Standard (TEMPEST).
Protected Distribution Systems (PDS).
100 v (volts) and 210 v.
105 v and 215 v.
110 v and 220 v.
115 v and 225 v.
Storage batteries or a power wheel
Storage batteries or a flywheel.
Batteries or a power wheel.
Batteries or a flywheel
The office power requirements.
The amount of floor space available.
Future subscriber growth and reserve time required.
The number of alternating current converters in the office.
A turbine engine.
Production work center or communication squadron.
Production work center or contractor.
Production work center.
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