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5. Managing Users and Data with Dynamic ... > Access Denied Remediation

Access Denied Remediation

Within Dynamic Access Control is the capability to set up the domain such that if a user cannot get into a file or folder because of permissions issues, a customized message displays instructing the user on how to get access. This involves setting up email notification that gets sent to the data owner or IT department (or whoever can approve and give the user access to that data), a functionality known as Access Denied Remediation.

While Microsoft markets this as yet another advancement in DAC (and don’t get me wrong, it is), I think a bigger benefit is that Access Denied Remediation allows for quick resolution to problems that may result during DAC deployment. DAC is quite a leap from the way most of us have gotten used to managing permissions in an infrastructure. It’s conceivable that there will be growing pains with its deployment. With Access Denied Remediation, permissions issues can be quickly and centrally addressed.


  

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