transitive trust

transitive trust

An automatic trust association between parent and child domains and between root domains in a Windows Active Directory forest. For example, if domain A trusts B, and B trusts C, then A automatically trusts C. See forests and trees.
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His major suggestion was to have customized group of CC based on mutual interest such as defense alliance, economic cooperation agreements, historical events, and political alliances, because it convey transitive trust between its partners.
A nation with multiple memberships can be a better option to choose as CC authoring member, for example, because of the nation's wider coverage to offer CC certification and has better transitive trust between its partners in the group.
AaPolicy must clearly show where an assignment of implicit trust is required and where transitive trust cannot be extended.
Trees can be grouped into Forests, which establish a transitive trust relationship between the two trees, which allows all the domains in the Forest to share resources if they have the appropriate security permissions.
FN ensures that all FN components only communicate with other/secure FN components, which reduces the transitive trust and reliance of the FN architecture on general system components such as operating systems and browsers that are well known to have weak security properties.
ISO/IEC 11889-1:2009 describes trusted platform concepts such as the trust boundary, transitive trust, integrity measurement, and integrity reporting.
Topics covered will include group memberships, account policies, auditing levels, HotFix information, key registry security items, share level and NTFS level permission assignments, trust relationships including Windows 2000 transitive trusts, and user rights.