In this Search Windows Manageability (SWM) interview, Aelita Software CEO Ratmir Timashev explains how the number of forests relates to Active Directory's security.
Powell, Ohio-based Aelita worked with Microsoft to identify the recent domain trust vulnerability.
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You use the services from each company that make sense for you and ignore the ones you’re not using. It makes sense that logging into a Google account connects you to different things than logging in to Apple services with your Apple ID.
For example, if your Google account login is [email protected], you could use Gmail for email but it’s not required. Similarly: imagine that you have an Amazon account and a New York Times account. You might use the same password, you might use a different password.
Again, it’s obvious that these are two completely separate services.
Your login credentials – the email address and password – are just a way to identify you in each system. Start out thinking of Microsoft’s work and personal accounts as completely unrelated credentials for two different companies. Microsoft runs an extensive set of services for businesses – from small business to huge enterprises. If you change jobs or change your business, your Microsoft Work account will change.
What are you doing in code and Firebase structure to separate the To Do lists for each anonymous user?
When the actual user logs in with a user account, how do you know which anonymous data belongs to that user?
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.link(with: credential, completion: ) Data is data in Firebase and the data is never lost unless the data is deleted. The question is super vague as in; what if there are 50 anonymous users - how would you know which data belongs to each anonymous user?