09-03-2010, 08:03 AM
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It will depend on your environment. As you say, it isn't too hard to go through your users to list and see who has the correct policy applied to them. It seems in your case, having a user with the incorrect policy is not too big a deal. You just change them.
In my case, I'm not prepared to put my tail on the line because a Help Desk person did not live up to their duties. I can not go to my management and say, "sorry, the user got the wrong policy because the Help Desk did not do their job". It is just an excuse. I do not worry about things that I cannot control, but for the things I can control, I sure get upset when I do not do the things in my power to prevent it from happening.
It's just a way to look at things. As juwaak68 said, I also prefer to sit on the side of too much vs. not enough.
I'm actually lost...