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Security

One of the biggest problems in a peer-to-peer network that uses share-level access is the number of passwords needed to control access to resources. As more resources become available to users, they have to remember more passwords.

If a user has to keep track of multiple passwords, he or she might forget them or write them down. Either scenario prevents the security policy from doing what it is intended to do—allow access to those you want to have access and deny access to all others.


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