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Re: [opensuse] Re: Should openSUSE review it's Security Policies?
Jim Henderson wrote:
I spent 15 years working in corporate IT environments as a systems
engineer, with company sizes ranging from< 200 employees to> 250,000
employees.

Just because employees can be disciplined for violating IT policy doesn't
mean (a) that they don't work around security measures put in place, or
(b) that such discipline actually happens, even though it's a
possibility.

So, your solution to a problem created by new openSUSE policy is for an employee to violate an employers policy, if they are able to? Maybe this is something that should be fixed at the source and make this sort of thing optional so that those who need it have it, but those who don't need it don't have it keeping them from doing their work.

Anyone who agrees with the current policy of requiring root to enable WiFi connections is unbelievably clueless about the real world.
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