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ad_migration [2018/07/25 14:35]
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ad_migration [2018/07/25 14:50]
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 Up until now our Linux and Windows domains have been separate. ​ Despite the fact that your accounts share file storage, these identities don't share any real information. ​ This means that if you change your password in Windows, your Linux password has not changed. ​ Similarly, if you are added to a Unix/Linux group, there is no corresponding Windows group. ​ This can make file permissions difficult to manage. Up until now our Linux and Windows domains have been separate. ​ Despite the fact that your accounts share file storage, these identities don't share any real information. ​ This means that if you change your password in Windows, your Linux password has not changed. ​ Similarly, if you are added to a Unix/Linux group, there is no corresponding Windows group. ​ This can make file permissions difficult to manage.
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 +If you are exclusively a Windows/​MacOS user then this should not affect you.
  
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