> The user running initdb (or the postmaster) needs
> SeCreateGlobalPrivilege - which is something we cannot really start
> telling people they must have. My view is that we revert the change
> (well, replace it with something that looks less like a broken attempt
> to use the global namespace) and leave it at that. iirc, the use of
> the global namespace is there to ensure things work as they should
> under a non-console terminal services session - which is pretty rare
> and can usually be avoided.
I'm not so sure that non-console terminal service sessions should be
categorized as "pretty rare".
I use them routinely.
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