Infrastructure Master Role



What role does the IM play in updating the membership of Universal Groups in
its domain, with changes to objects from another domain?

If I rename a user in another domain who is a member of the group what does
the IM do?

I suspect nothing since the UGs are defined in the GC, but can anyone
confirm or deny this please?

TIA

Nick


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