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I play tennis.

... just kidding.


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comment Cross-forest universal groups on Windows Server?
Ah I see. I'm relatively new to Active Directory and therefore learning only when I need to. Am I right in asserting that Global and Universal groups, unlike Domain Local, do not allow access to resources but rather allow in the organisation of users in a domain? Which would explain why cross-domain/forest users would be allowed access to resources in a given domain, assuming it trusts it.
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comment Cross-forest universal groups on Windows Server?
Side question for you. It seems quite counter-intuitive that a domain local group that is specific to a singular domain, has the ability to add users from another domain or even forest. Why is this?
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suggested suggested edit on Configuring ACL on CentOS
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comment CentOS: Mount without sudo
@AaronCopley I've not used the UUID before. What will that give me - some level of abstraction?
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comment CentOS: Mount without sudo
Various network and local shares.
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comment CentOS: Mount without sudo
Thanks for that, guys. I'm not sure why this didn't occur to me as I'm authenticating with a few of my shares using a credentials file. Cheers.
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