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4. In the Backup Job Information dialog box, click Advanced. 5. Set the advanced backup options that you want, and then click OK. The advanced backup options are described in Table 14-1.
Certificates are validated by verifying the digital signature by means of a public key. The public key is contained in a trusted authority root certificate of the certification authority that issued the certificate. These root certificates are the basis for certificate verification and are supplied only by a system administrator. Smart cards A smart card is a credit card sized device that is inserted into a smart card reader, which is either installed internally in your computer or connected externally to your computer. Certificates can reside either in the certificate store on your computer or on a smart card. When setting the security options of a connection, you can use a smart card or other certificate, and you can specify particular certificate requirements. For example, you can specify that the server s certificate must be validated. When you double-click New Connection in the Network Connections folder, if a smart-card reader is installed, Windows XP Professional detects it and prompts you to use it as the authentication method for the connection. If you decide not to use the smart card at the time you create a connection, you can later modify the connection to use another certificate or authentication method.
0.006 (from Table A). (Remember that you have to multiply by 2 since it is a two-sided alternative you are actually finding the probability of being 2.76 standard deviations away from the mean in some direction.) Given the z-score, the P-value could also be found using a TI-83/84: 2 normalcdf(2.76,100). (Using a TI-83/84, all the mechanics of the exercise could have been done using the 2-PropZTest in the STAT TESTS menu. If you do that, remember to show enough work that someone reading your solution can see where the numbers came from.) IV. Because P < 0.01, we have grounds to reject the null hypothesis. We have strong evidence that the two vaccines differ in their effectiveness. Although this was two-sided test, we note that Vaccine A was less effective than Vaccine B.
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