Where do I find the list of privileges?

Each system has an account database that stores the privileges held by user and group accounts. When a user logs on, the system produces an access token that contains a list of the user’s privileges, including those granted to the user or to groups to which the user belongs.

What are the main sites of privilege in undoing privilege?

As a result, dominant groups have been allowed to reinforce their dominance. Undoing Privilege explores the main sites of privilege, from Western dominance, class elitism, and white and patriarchal privilege to the less-examined sites of heterosexual and able-bodied privilege.

How can an administrator add or remove privileges?

A system administrator can use administrative tools, such as User Manager, to add or remove privileges for user and group accounts. Administrators can programmatically use the Local Security Authority (LSA) functions to work with privileges. The LsaAddAccountRights and LsaRemoveAccountRights functions add or remove privileges from an account.

When does a party need a privilege log?

Federal law generally requires a party to create a privilege log if the party is withholding responsive information from a discovery production on the basis of privilege.

What does Federal Rule 26 say about privilege logs?

Federal Rule 26 does not actually mention the words “privilege log.” Instead, the term “privilege log” is used to identify the document where a party makes the express claim of privilege and the description of what is being withheld.

How to limit the use of privileged access?

Limiting the use of privileged access to only those times when that access is required reduces the likelihood of this type of error.

Are there devices that do not support privileged access?

For devices that do not support separation of privileges: Devices that do not provide separate facilities for privileged and unprivileged access (e.g., some network appliances and printers with embedded operating systems) are exempt from this requirement, provided they do not handle P3 or P4 data and are not on a network containing P4 data.