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"Generally speaking, users are distinct enough that you can create a single managed group for them. As an example, eighth-grade students, middle school teachers, graphic designers, administrative assistants -- all are pretty distinct groups in terms of what they need and how they work. Remember, even if you limit users to a single group, you can still make them members of additional nonmanaged groups for setting permissions and access to network resources."
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 (Submitted by Noel Wed Jun 30, 2004 )

  


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