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Using a Single logonid for Multiple Groups or Experiments

  Tony Cass IT/PDP

Since April 21st people have been allowed to use a single logonid for all IT services even if they are working for more than one experiment or group. This means, for example, that it is no longer necessary to have accounts






on RSPLUS for LHCb work.

Since April 21st it has been possible to register the JOAN account on RSPLUS in group Z5.

How Does This Affect Me?

The account listings provided by phone and xwho have changed slightly to indicate the difference between PRIMARY and SECONDARY accounts but most people won't need to worry about this.

What Does This Mean In Practice?

How Does This Affect Group Administrators?

For matters related to this article please contact the author.

Last Updated on June 24th, 1999 at 16:53:26
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