Google Education Deployment Credential Answers

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Google Education Deployment Credential Answers


This learning path was designed to prepare sales reps for conversations with customers on the Google for Education deployment process. Upon completing this course, learners will be able to guide educational institutions to sign up for a Google Workspace for Education account, select a domain option, set up organizational units, create and apply policies, enroll Chrome devices in a domain, and complete a phased roll-out.

 

Questions:

 

A school would like assistance with training and professional development for Google for Education. What should be recommended?

  • Engage the school’s internal support team for implementation.
  • Start a marketing campaign for Google for Education.
  • Contact Google support teams for detailed training plans.
  • Engage a Google Professional Development Partner.

 

A school wants assistance configuring the school's Google Admin console and associating the Chrome devices to the correct organizational units. What Chrome device enrollment option should be recommended?

  • Chrome device manual enrollment.
  • Google's approved partner service offerings.
  • Google's Chrome Partner services.
  • Update Chrome OS on the Chrome device.

 

What is the first step an educational institution must take to get started with Google for Education?

  • Create a net-new domain to use with Google Workspace.
  • Sign up for a Google Workspace for Education account.
  • Provide an accreditation certificate to the Google Workspace for Education team.
  • Get their domain verified by a third-party verification team

 

What domain setup option is generally not recommended for schools because it creates management overhead?

  • Separate Google Workspace for Education accounts for multiple domains.
  • Primary domain with a Google Workspace for Education account.
  • Multiple domains with a Google Workspace for Education account.
  • Sub-domains with a Google Workspace for Education account.

 

When an IT admin submits a ticket to Google support, what should be included?

  • The Chrome and platform version of the affected Chrome device.
  • The Google Workspace training that has been completed by the user.
  • The user's contact information including personal phone number.
  • The organizational unit stucture choosen by the school.

 

Once a school receives the acceptance email for Google Workspace for Education, what can they do?

  • Access the Google Admin console.
  • Access the Chrome Admin console.
  • Use the Cloud Firestone application.
  • Configure FTP settings with Google console.

 

A Higher Ed instituion has separate domains for each school within the instituion, such as "law.university.edu", "eng.university.edu", and "med.university.edu". Each student body has different email policy requirements. What domain setup should you recommend?

  • Separate Google Workspace for Education accounts for multiple sub-domains.
  • Multiple domains with a single Google Workspace for Education account.
  • Separate Google Workspace for Education accounts for each of the school domains.
  • A single Google Workspace for Education account with the primary domain

 

If a school has an existing domain, why is verification of domain ownership required?

  • To ensure that the domain is not being used for a Google service without permission.
  • To purchase the Google Chrome Enterprise upgrade and show proof of purchase.
  • To transfer ownership of their data to Google IT admins to manage and control.
  • To transfer the domain to Google and allow Google to manage the instance.

 

A school wants all of its teachers to have access to the "Remind: School Communication" app. What should the IT admin do?

  • Ask the Super Admin to set up an organizational unit for the Google Dictionary extension.
  • Set Chrome policies to prompt users to install the Chrome app with instructions.
  • Contact Google support and submit a ticket to instal the app across the organizational unit.
  • Set Chrome policies to force-install the app and pin it to the Chrome taskbar.

 

Select the correct response to the customer's question: What happens if a Chrome device is not enrolled?

  • Multi-device sign-in access is be disabled.
  • You will no longer be eligible for Google Chrome Partner Services.
  • Policies cannot be applied and/or enforced on the device.
  • Users cannot log into the device with a managed account.

 

A school IT admin wants to allow a group of users to manage certain service settings and devices. What admin role should the school IT admin assign?

  • Help Desk Admin
  • Chrome Admin
  • Reseller Admin
  • Services Admin

 

A school IT admin wants to ensure that only the school's registered students, staff, and teachers can use school Chrome devices. What device policy should be disabled?

  • Guest mode
  • Automatic updates
  • Disabled device return instructions
  • Forced re-enrollment

 

A single school with the domain "school.edu" would like to set up the school domain to ensure simple management. What domain setup should you recommend?

  • Separate Google Workspace for Education accounts for multiple sub-domains.
  • Multiple domains with a single Google Workspace for Education account.
  • A single Google Workspace for Education account with the primary domain.
  • Separate Google Workspace for Education accounts for multiple domains.

 

A school wants to disable student access to browse the web during an exam. How should the school set up the exam with Chromebooks?

  • Set up the exam as a single app kiosk.
  • Set up private sessions for the exam.
  • Set up PDF only access for the exam.
  • Set up a Google form for the exam.

 

A school has decided to roll out Google for Education, and has set up and provisioned the IT staff accounts. For a successful rollout, what other activities should happen in the first phase?

  • Deploy Google for Education to all students, teachers, and staff, and share Google's training modules and support site.
  • Profile the user community and develop plans for training, communications, marketing, and Google Guides.
  • Roll out Google for Education with a cross-section of users and start communications to students, staff, and teachers.
  • Gather all project and support team members in a conference room for at least a week beforing going live to all users.

 

A district with multiple schools wants to allow specific roles to consume Chrome Education Upgrades. What user policy allows users in a specific organizational unit to enroll new Chrome OS devices?

  • Device upgrade permission
  • Chrome enrollment permission
  • Device enrollment permission
  • Chrome upgrade permission



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