Hi all,

I'm struggling to understand the Cool Solution offered in

How does having a separate tree have any benefit? Separate passwords
and user accounts would be a pain to manage, and password
synchronisation between the production and DMZ trees via DirXML would
largely defeat the purpose of having a DMZ tree. Am i missing
something here?

What do others do to mitigate the risk of putting their authentication
database on a publicly accessible network?

Paul Gear, Manager IT Operations, Redlands College
38 Anson Road, Wellington Point 4160, Australia
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