What is the purpose of the network security accounting function?
- to require users to prove who they are
- to determine which resources a user can access
- to provide challenge and response questions
- to keep track of the actions of a user
Explanation: Authentication, authorization, and accounting are network services collectively known as AAA. Authentication requires users to prove who they are. Authorization determines which resources the user can access. Accounting keeps track of the actions of the user.
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