help?

Desiati, Luciano Luciano.Desiati at getronics.com
Wed Mar 9 11:49:01 CST 2005


It is possible to exclude one user from the application of a security policy if the domain administrator agrees : it is enough to remove the read and apply permission for the policy to the user that will not apply it .
Luciano

-----Original Message-----
From: linux-poweredge-admin at dell.com
[mailto:linux-poweredge-admin at dell.com]On Behalf Of Harry
Sent: mercoledì 9 marzo 2005 17.10
To: linux-poweredge at exchange.dell.com
Subject: Re: help?


--- Thomas Petersen <tomp at myriadnetwork.com> wrote:
> So you want to bypass the security policy in place by your
> organization and are asking the _linux_ mailing list to assist you?

He's running Windows 2000 *Professional*. There is no way anyone will
bypass the security on it. Haven't you read the microsoft website to
see how secure it is. Bloody secure, thats what it is.....[0]

It's so very true what Schneier says. When security gets in the way
then people move it out of the way.

Harry
[0] Disclaimer. I don't use windows on anything I care about!


	
		
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