It is required, because you don't know what else is in the global configuration outside this example, so it's good to be explicit.

On Mar 3, 2016 3:06 AM, "Petr Gajdos" <> wrote:
On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 09:53:33AM -0500, Rich Bowen wrote:
> That example predates the <requireall> directive, so, yeah, there's a good
> chance it's wrong. Did you try it?

Yes, see the test flow attached.

So in case <RequireAll> is missing, file can be created by everyone,
even if this should be forbidden if I understand correctly what the
example should show. In the 2.2 doc, the Satisfy all is not needed
as it is the default, isn't it?


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