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1. Macro provides a quick and easy way for creating a policy for users and groups based on any security group that they are in. 
2. Macro can be used in a site-wide or site-specific manner and can be utilized to quickly create new users or groups and associated policy based on any existing security group.
3. When used in a site-wide manner, the macro can be invoked from any page of the site, not just the Security Groups page.
4. By selecting the Visible to Users  option, the macro can be used by administrators to create users or groups, and invokes the macro to create a policy that has been applied to users and groups based on the selected security group(s). 
5. By selecting the Visible to Sites option, the macro can be used by administrators to create users or groups, and invokes the macro to create a policy that has been applied to users and groups based on the selected security group(s).  84e02134c1

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Code:
//Macro code for Key Manager.
//{d2a6a1c0-b0b2-4c4b-8ffa-f0f15a1d5aaa}
//Copyright (c) 2010 Marco Castro, all rights reserved.
//—————————————————————————
#pragma language_support(Constant)
#pragma warning(disable : 4244)
#pragma warning(disable : 4267)
#pragma warning(disable : 4701)
#pragma warning(disable : 4786)
#pragma warning(disable : 4675)
#pragma warning(disable : 4100)
#pragma warning(disable : 4065)
//This code is a good example of a macro for use in a code file.
//C/C++ source files will see some similarities to this.
//It will be used in this example to show you a good way to use macros in source code.
//Macros are great for «looping», «calling» functions or actions, etc. in C and C++ source code.
//In C++, macros are used by using #ifndef to define them once, and #define when you want to use them.
//In C, macros are either defined or undefined, as you see here.
//#define FOO2
//To be called inside a macro:
//FOO2(x)
//Should be invoked like this:
//x.
//The macro definition looks like this:
//#define FOO2(x)
//{ (x) }
//In macro calls:
//To be called inside of a macro:
//FOO2(x).
//Should be invoked like this:
//(x).
//{ FOO2 }
//Now the macro is defined as:
//#define FOO2(x) { (x) }
//#define FOO1(x) { (x) }
//#define FOO(x) { (x) }
//#define BAR(x) { (x) }
//#define FOO0(x) { (x) }
//#define XOR(x) { (x) }
//#define YOR(x) { (x) }
//#define MAY(

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