Android Enterprise Platform Associate Exam Answers 2022

Exam Name: Android Enterprise Platform Associate Exam

Exam URL: https://androidenterprise.exceedlms.com/student/path/319740-android-enterprise-associate

(ads1) I. Section. Android Enterprise Knowledge Check
  1. Step. Pre-Course Survey
  2. Step. Android Enterprise Associate Pre-Assessment
II.Section. Android Enterprise Sales Courses
  1. Step. Introduction to Android Enterprise
  2. Step. Android Security
  3. Step. Android Management
  4. Step. Android Flexibility
  5. Step. Selling Android Enterprise
  6. Step. Android Enterprise Sales Simulation
III.Section. Android Enterprise Sales Final Assessment
  1. Step. Associate Post-Course Online Survey
  2. Step. Android Enterprise Associate Post-Assessment

I. Section. Android Enterprise Knowledge Check

  1. Step. Pre-Course Survey
You’ll get a short 2 question survey as in the image below.. It doesn’t matter what you choose at this step.
  1. Step. Android Enterprise Associate Pre-Assessment

In this step you’ll have to answer 5 questions assessment. You’ll get 5 questions from listed below but in random order.


Q1. On personally owned Android devices featuring Android (5.0+) what feature does a “Work Profile” provide?

  • Allow IT Admins full access to your personal device and managed security settings.
  • Allow IT Admins to fully wipe data on your entire device and enforce enterprise security.
  • Create a company owned profile that manages all data on the device.
  • Create a company managed work profile to keep all your work and personal data

Q2. Which of the following statements is true as it pertains to device management with Android Enterprise?

  • Android Enterprise supports management modes for company-owned devices only and should be used in strict lock-down scenarios.
  • Android Enterprise offers a management option for any ownership or deployment model: from work profile, strict lock‑down devices to single‑use scenarios.
  • Android Enterprise should not be used on personal devices and is recommended for company-owned devices only.
  • Android Enterprise makes it easy to switch between fully managed and work profile modes without the need to re-enroll devices.

Q3. What are the four layers of security that keep Android devices safe?

  • A multi-layered approach from hardware, OS, management APIs and Google services such as Google Play Protect
  • A multi-layered approach from Android Security Suite, management API’s, hardware and Google services such as Google Play Protect
  • Anti-virus applications, network traffic monitoring tools, strict policy control and OEM security suite
  • A multi-layered approach from hardware, anti-virus applications, Android Security Suite and Google services such as Google Play Protect

Q4. Which Google led and validated program makes it simple for businesses to confidently select, deploy and manage Android devices and services that meet elevated enterprise requirements?

  • Android for Work
  • Android Device Admin
  • Android Enterprise Recommended
  • Android Device Suite

Q5. What is Android Enterprise?

  • A secure and comprehensive way of managing any Android device and OS version.
  • Comprehensive and modern mobile OS platform providing extensive management API’s for large scale enterprises.
  • A platform with a limited number of management API’s and services, providing legacy control methods.
  • A modern management framework with robust enterprise APIs and secure app deployment via managed Google Play.

II.Section. Android Enterprise Sales Courses

  1. Step. Introduction to Android Enterprise

a) Click “Start Course”

b) Scroll to lesson 4. Click on “1” “2” “3” “4” number icons to unlock lesson 5.

c) Scroll to lesson 6 and click “all done”.

  1. Step. Android Security

a) Click “Start Course”

b) Lesson 2 cards (optional: you can skip them). If not match them as follows)

  • Dedicated secure hardware elements carry out the most critical tasks – “Hardware”
  • EMM enforced policy controls – “Management APIs”
  • Always-on analysis, scanning and removal – “Google Play Protect”
  • Complete platform security ensures data and device integrity – “OS platform”

c) You can scroll down and skip all the steps till lesson 3 quiz.

Answer 3 questions as follows:

Lesson 3 Quiz:


c) Now you can scroll down and finish the step.

  1. Step. Android Management

a) Click “Start Course”

b) Scroll down to Lesson 3 quiz. You’ll get 3 questions. Check quiz answers below:

Q1. With Managed Google Play, you can: (select all that apply)

  • Manage and configure apps
  • Host and publish internal apps
  • Distribute and purchase apps

Q2. __________________ enables large-scale Android deployments across multiple device makers with no manual set up. (fill in the blank)

  • EMM token
  • Zero-touch
  • QR code

Q3. On personally owned Android devices running Android (5.0+), what features do a “Work Profile” provide?

  • Allow IT Admins full access to your personal device and managed security settings.
  • Allow IT Admins to fully wipe data on your entire device and enforce enterprise security.
  • Create a company owned profile that manages all data on the device.
  • Create a company managed work profile to keep all your work and personal data separate.

  1. Step. Android Flexibility

a) Click “Start course”

b) Scroll to lesson 3 quiz

You’ll need to match cards as follows (join dragging):

  • Corporate Owned Single Use (COSU) with rugged Enterprise Recommended Device with “Scan inventory as it leaves the stock room.”
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) with work profile enabled allowing for data separation with “Stay in touch with part-time delivery drivers who own their own devices.”
  • Corporate Owned Personally Enabled (COPE) with an Android Enterprise Recommended device with “Employer provided premium devices with work profile enabled.”
  • Corporate Owned Business Only (COBO) device with strictly enforced management policies with “Capture sensitive data in a high-securityenvironment.”

  1. Step. Selling Android Enterprise

a) Click “Start Course”

b) In lesson 2 Click on “‘+” icons to access lesson 3

c) In lesson 4 click sliders to finish the lessons

d) In lesson 5 you’ll have to match 8 questions (cards) to the right boxes as follows (random order):

  • What role do you play in evaluating a mobility solution – “Authority”
  • Do you need to make a business case to secure a new investment – “Budget”
  • How many people are in need of a new mobile solution – “Need”
  • Have you established a budget for your mobility needs already – “Budget”
  • How important is it to the organization to find a flexible mobile solution – “Need”
  • When do you need to complete an evaluation – “Timeframe”
  • Who else is a stakeholder in selecting a mobile platform – “Authority”
  • When do you need to deploy a mobility solution – “Timeframe”

e) Scroll to lesson 7. You’ll have to match statements as follows to finish the step:

  • FACT: Android is one of the most secure OSs with multiple layers of security built-in.​ with “MYTH: Android is unsecure”
  • FACT: Google Play is the world’s largest distribution platform with over 1 million apps.​with “MYTH: Android’s app ecosystem is inferior to the iOS app store”
  • FACT: Android devices come in all sorts of materials, shapes and sizes to fit your needs. with “MYTH: Android devices are less than premium”
  • FACT: Android offers a variety of management options, from work-only to BYOD.​ with “MYTH: Android management options are limited”
  • FACT: Android offers simple deployment options, including zero-touch for no  manual setup with “MYTH: Android devices are difficult to deploy”.

  1. Step. Android Enterprise Sales Simulation

a) Click “Start Course”

b) Click Start activity

c) Activity no 1 “Robert”. Click “Next” Is this prospect Qualified? Click “YES”

Now you need to match questions to the right boxes as follows:

  • What problems are you trying to solve? – “Needs”
  • What are employees currently using? – “Current Situation”
  • What applications are you currently using? – “Needs”
  • Who will be using the devices? – ​“Other”
  • What other devices are you considering? – “Challenges”
  • Where will the devices be used? – “Needs”

Answer 5 “Yes/No questions”:

  • Can Android devices be used in the warehouse?“Yes…”
  • My team is a little worried about Android fragmentation and security – “Not to worry. Google sends out Monthly…”
  • How do we get custom applications on the devices? – “With Managed Google Play …”
  • We’re are little concerned about the resources we’re going to have to devote to deploying these devices – “Zero-touch …”
  • Can devices be shared amongst employees? – “Yes …”

Next build a solution for Robert dropping cards into boxes as follows:

COSU – Zero-touch – App development

c) Activity no 2 “Sarah”. Click “Next” Is this prospect Qualified? Click “YES”

Now you need to match questions to the right boxes as follows:

  • Who will be using the devices? – “Current situation”
  • What are employees using now? – “Current Situation”
  • What are you looking for in a new mobile solution? – “Needs”
  • What applications are needed? – “Other”
  • What type of additional services do you need? – “Needs”
  • What do you not like about your current mobility solution? – “Challenges”

Answer 5 “Yes/No questions”:

  • How can Android help us keep customer data secure on devices? – “With Android, device encryption …”
  • I thought iOS was more secure – “Actually, Gartner rated Android Higher…”
  • We want to let employees use their own devices, but we still need control over apps and customer data. What do you suggest? – “Work profiles …”
  • The only concern I would have is that employees would download a malicious app. – “Google Play Protect …”
  • How can we deploy our internal apps to employees’ devices? – “Managed Google Play…”

Next build a solution for Sarah dropping cards into boxes as follows:

BYOD w/work profile – Download EMM app – User support

III. Section. Android Enterprise Sales

Final Assessment
  1. Step. Associate Post-Course Online Survey You’ll get a short 2 question survey as at the beginning. It doesn’t matter what you choose at this step.
  2. Step. Android Enterprise Associate Post-Assessment Final Assessment. You’ll get 10 questions in random order. Below you’ll find all possible questions with answers.

Android Enterprise Associate Post-Assessment

Q1. Device Admin API’s should be used for deployments when:

  • You need to deploy Android devices very quickly using Zero Touch
  • Device Admin API’s should not be used going forward as they are being deprecated
  • When companies require granular device management via policy inside EMM consoles
  • When you require access to the Managed Play to manage and deploy apps at scale

Q2. On personally owned Android devices featuring Android (5.0+) what feature does a “Work Profile” provide?

  • Allow IT Admins full access to your personal device and managed security settings.
  • Allow IT Admins to fully wipe data on your entire device and enforce enterprise security.
  • Create a company owned profile that manages all data on the device.
  • Create a company managed work profile to keep all your work and personal data

Q3. What feature of the Android platform protects 99.99% of devices from potentially harmful applications?

  • Android OS
  • Google Play Protect
  • Google Protection
  • Android Virus Scan

Q4. ___________ enrollment enables large scale over the air bulk Android (8.0+) deployments across multiple device makers so organizations can mobilize their employees with ease and no manual setup.

  • NFC
  • QR code
  • Zero-touch
  • EMM token

Q5. What is Android Enterprise?

  • A secure and comprehensive way of managing any Android device and OS version.
  • Comprehensive and modern mobile OS platform providing extensive management API’s for large scale enterprises.
  • A platform with a limited number of management API’s and services, providing legacy control methods.
  • A modern management framework with robust enterprise APIs and secure app deployment via managed Google Play.

Q6. The Managed Google Play store allows IT admins to:

  • Easily monitor user SMS and call logs, allow app hosting and daily security scans Manage and combine 3rd party app stores into one single source
  • Whitelist apps for easy deployment, allow silent app installs and private app hosting
  • Provide a company intranet where important information and documents can be hosted

Q7. Which of the following statements is true pertaining to company-owned, fully managed device enrollment:

  • To enroll a device in a fully managed state, devices must be enrolled from a fresh out of the box state.
  • Devices that have previously been through out of box setup can be enrolled over the air.
  • EMM apps can be downloaded from Google Play to enroll a device in a fully managed state.
  • Corporate owned fully managed devices can only be enrolled on premise by company IT.

Q8. Which Google led and validated program makes it simple for businesses to confidently select, deploy and manage Android devices and services that meet elevated enterprise requirements?

  • Android for Work
  • Android Device Admin
  • Android Enterprise Recommended
  • Android Device Suite

Q9. What are the four layers of security that keep Android devices safe?

  • A multi-layered approach from hardware, OS, management APIs and Google services such as Google Play Protect
  • A multi-layered approach from Android Security Suite, management API’s, hardware and Google services such as Google Play Protect
  • Anti-virus applications, network traffic monitoring tools, strict policy control and OEM security suite
  • A multi-layered approach from hardware, anti-virus applications, Android Security Suite and Google services such as Google Play Protect

Q10. Which of the following statements is true as it pertains to device management with Android Enterprise?

  • Android Enterprise supports management modes for company-owned devices only and should be used in strict lock-down scenarios.
  • Android Enterprise offers a management option for any ownership or deployment model: from work profile, strict lockdown devices to single use scenarios.
  • Android Enterprise should not be used on personal devices and is recommended for company-owned devices only.
  • Android Enterprise makes it easy to switch between fully managed and work profile modes without the need to re-enroll devices.

Q11. What are the key selling points regarding Android Enterprise?

  • Comprehensive and innovative mobile OS platform providing extensive management API’s, multi-layer device and app security, and a global infrastructure for secure app distribution.
  • Comprehensive and innovative management with powerful security built-in and devices for every business.
  • A full solution to deploy your apps securely and manage employee devices.
  • A platform with a limited number of devices and services, providing ultimate control and scalability.

Q12. What percentage of Android phones are free of potentially harmful apps?

  • 99%
  • 99.95%
  • 95%
  • 90%

Q13. What feature of Android intercepts malware threats in real time?

  • Google Protection Services
  • Google Play Protect
  • Google Scan
  • Google Anti-Virus

Q14. With an Android Enterprise Work Profile you can:

  • Allow full access to IT Admins on your personal device
  • Fully protect your work data on your device
  • Create a company managed “Work Only” profile that manages all data on the device
  • Create a company managed “Work Only” profile to keep all personal data separate.

Q15. The feature that gives IT control over company data while allowing workers to keep their pictures and apps private is called:

  • Android profiles
  • Zero-touch
  • Work profile
  • Managed Google Play

Q16. What are the key selling points regarding Android for enterprise?

  • A platform with a limited number of devices and services, providing ultimate control and scalability.
  • Comprehensive and innovative management with powerful security built-in and devices for every business.
  • A full solution to deploy your apps securely and manage employee devices.
  • Comprehensive and innovative mobile OS platform providing extensive management API’s, multi-layer device and app security, and a global infrastructure for secure app distribution.

Q17. Which deployment option allows for bulk company owned devices to be deployed without individual set-up?

  • QR code
  • NFC
  • Zero-touch
  • EMM token

Q18. Which of the following is true for work applications in the Android for Work profile?

  • They are private when you need them to be from the IT department.
  • They are in 1 work folder and cannot be moved.
  • They are marked by a distinct orange briefcase icon.
  • They cannot be deleted or installed by the user.

Q19. A managed version of the Google Play store for your business allows an organization to:

  • Monitor all device activity
  • Control all device activity
  • Have control over app usage with an intuitive experience for all employees
  • Whitelist apps for easy deployment

Q20. Android platform security keeps your devices, data and apps secure through:

  • Application sandboxing, exploit mitigation and device encryption.
  • Powerful antivirus applications that constantly monitor device threats.
  • Forcing a new device password every 30 days.
  • Giving IT admins full view into what a users active device.

Q21. What percentage of Android phones using Google Play are free of potentially harmful apps?

  • 90%
  • 99%
  • 99.95%
  • 95%

Q22. What Android feature are customers most attracted to? (Will Not Count Towards Score)

  • Shareability of devices between employees.
  • Speed of boot up time and system performance.
  • Simplicity of deployment and the Google Management Console.
  • Security of built in virus protection, automatic updates and hardware encryption.

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