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From what we've read, we believe the "emergency access" feature is to be used for instances where users are unable to login, such as when AD is not accessible. We were wondering if this is the method that other people are utilizing for such instances, or if anyone has found a different means of doing so. Our particular use case that we are trying to prepare for is AD being unavailable.

Thanks in advance,

Jason

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