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    Hi All,

    What security group naming convention do you guys use? i.e.:

    <servername>\<sharename> - Full Access
    <servername>\<sharename> - Read Only

    <sharename> - Full Access
    <sharename> - Read Only

    etc etc etc

    thanks

    Michael
    Michael Armstrong
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  • #2
    Re: Security group naming conventions

    I don't know what you mean actually...
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: Security group naming conventions

      Can be all over the shop.
      I've seen "SG_" or "DL_", "SecGrp", some with just the name of the task "ExchServerAdmins" some with the name of the manager and the task "JimTSQLAccess" and then some where they just use numbers "12-7-2" which was a bloomin' annoying way of saying "1 = sec group, 2=DCs and 7 members (can't remember the last bit, maybe revision?). It was painful.
      cheers
      Andy

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      • #4
        Re: Security group naming conventions

        Yeah people name their security groups differents. I'm in the current situation where I get to design a new naming convention so I was just wondering what other people use

        Michael
        Michael Armstrong
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        • #5
          Re: Security group naming conventions

          Hi Michael

          Since we have quite a few sites in our Organisation we use the format Site-Sec-name
          It works quite well for us in a delegation scenario.

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