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Message Posted: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 @ 13:18:51 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: User Setup: SECADMIN vs SYSDBA
 
From:   Meade, Cornelius

I was wondering if anyone would respond to this... I do not think there are any specific pros/cons in any real sense... Your decision should be driven by what your security goals are... I would say however that it is generally thought to be a good practice to segregate functions related to the creation and ongoing administration of user accounts to a particular account that is secured and tightly controlled... As an example, If you would want to allow for someone with access to SYSDBA to be able to move/allocate space but perhaps not be able to create/modify accounts then you would setup the account accordingly...


Cornelius Meade III
EDS - Consulting Services/BI/CRM



     
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