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    1. Consider an embedded user id and password which provides me access to a client/server environment. What are the pros and cons of using an embedded uid and pw?

    2. What are the advantages of a client/server environment?

    3. What is distributed processing (in reference to the client/server model)?

    4. What are some of the reasons an organization might consider using a Wireless LAN?

    5. What type of security issues need to be considered when implementing a Wireless LAN?

    6. What should be considered when monitoring and troubleshooting a network?

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    "1.Consider an embedded user id and password which provides me access to a client/server environment. What are the pros and cons of using an embedded uid and pw"
    - Pros are: easy to use; no need to remember user id. Cons are: easy to forget (you may need it to re-enter when moving on to a new client machine); weakens the security.

    "2.What are the advantages of a client/server environment? "
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    Solution Summary

    The pros and cons of using an embedded user id and password are explained.
    The advantages of a client/server environment are described.
    Distributed processing (in reference to the client/server model) is explored.
    Some of the reasons an organization might consider using a Wireless LAN are explained.
    Types of security issues need to be considered when implementing a Wireless LAN are described.
    What should be considered when monitoring and troubleshooting a network is explained

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