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Why is it necessary to create an anonymous group with a "No access" access level in an R5 installati

During R5 installation, why is it necessary to create an anonymous group with a "No access" access level?
I'm not sure where you are being prompted for this. In general, though, it is a good idea for ALL databases to have Anonymous=NoAccess. The only exception is databases that hold a public Web site that you want anyone to access.
This was last published in July 2003

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