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If I allow a computer to be trusted for delegation, what does it allow? What is it used for/benefits of? Same with trust a user for delegation.
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I refer you to a link that lays out all the advantages and disadvantages and explain exactly what it is
http://alt.pluralsight.com/wiki/default.aspx/Keith.GuideBook/WhatIsDelegation.html 
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