Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> And not restricted to Samba, just a little more apparent here due to the
> nature of how Windows administrators tends to sensibly divide user
> access into groups.


Yes, one of the classic uses of groups in Windows is
to provide a mechanism resembling role-based access control,
which is, IMHO, A Good Thing.

--dave (the RBAC, not the simulation, you understand!) c-b
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