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Damian Widera-396333
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Good one but it was not a question about the CMS but rather if you can read the text carefully Smile

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Damian Widera
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I was really not sure about the answer and it was hit in the dark. Definitely learned something today. Thanks Steve. :-)
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Good question.

Given that this limitation is easily evaded, as a couple of comments have pointed out, I agree that it is a drawback as suggested in teh explanation, because it is simply an inconvenience which provides nothing useful. However, if it were properly enforced it might actually be useful - I'm not sure whether it would or not, because I really know pretty well nothing about central Server Management Groups, but I thinnk I can imagine a case where it might be desirable to give people some privileges on the servers in a group but not have those privileges extend to the central server; of course I could be wrong in imagining that.

Tom

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never used it and will probably never use it
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