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Most Casus Belli are unlocked by researching specific civics, as detailed below. As of the Spring 2018 Update, Casus Belli can be used when declaring a Joint War with another civilization. However, there are diplomatic situations in which Casus Belli cannot be used, such as when a leader protests your positioning of troops on his/her borders, and you decide to answer by declaring war.

This Casus Belli is unlocked with Diplomatic Service. It is used to declare war on a power that has religiously converted one of your cities, thus sparking religious outrage among your citizens. Given the importance of religion in this game, the other leaders tend to become more understanding of such wars. All warmonger penalties are halved (-50%, or 50 Grievances). If you are playing for a Religious Victory and have competition trying to convert your land, this will be the type of war you are going to be using most often.

This Casus Belli is unlocked with Diplomatic Service. It is used to declare war on a power that has captured a city from one of your friends or allies. Declaring war in such case is seen as justified in any Era; and you will gain no warmonger penalties (0 Grievances) for the declaration of war itself, and as long as you restrict your conquering activities and liberate the captured cities to their original owners. This acts as a retaliatory war of some sort; if you have a strong ally that has been weakened, then you can use this to help them get back on their feet.

This Casus Belli is unlocked with Diplomatic Service (Defensive Tactics in Rise and Fall). It is very similar to a Liberation War, but this time it relates to your own cities - as long as you declare war on the power that has captured one (or more) of your cities, and you do not capture any other cities, no warmonger penalties apply (0 Grievances). This can also be used as a form of retaliation, or a way of justifying the reentering of a war that ended previously.

This Casus Belli is unlocked with Diplomatic Service (Defensive Tactics in Rise and Fall). 'Protectorates' in Civilization VI are allied city-states (those you are the Suzerain of), and with this Casus Belli you can declare war on the power that has attacked them. Note that this Casus Belli remains active only while the power and the City-State are at war; if they make Peace, or if the City-State gets conquered, the Casus Belli vanishes. As is the case with Liberation and Reconquest Wars, other leaders understand and admire this kind of loyalty, and no warmonger penalties apply (0 Grievances) for either declaring the war or liberating the city-state. Again, you can use this if another force is becoming too powerful and is beginning to take down your neighbors.

This is one of the more modern Casus Belli, unlocked with Nationalism. It is used to declare war on a power that is two or more technology/civic eras behind you. Other leaders accept such a war as a way to "bring civilization" to an otherwise barbaric and backwards country. All warmonger penalties are halved (-50%, or 50 Grievances). This can be used effectively against empires that have been focusing on a different element, such as their military, and gives power to more technologically advanced civilizations. Domination Victory seekers might find this useful when mopping up the weaker nations around the globe.

This Casus Belli is unlocked with Mobilization. It is used to declare war on a power that borders your empire, and in whose lands you wish to expand. You must have at least two cities within 10 tiles of 2 of the opponent's cities for this Casus Belli to apply. Warmonger penalties are reduced by 25% (75 Grievances), since leaders frown upon expansionism, but can understand it somewhat. As the name suggests, this will be used to expand your empire when things start to get crowded, and can also be incredibly useful in domination games.

This is one of the first Casus Belli in the game, unlocked with Early Empire. It is another kind of 'revenge' war, which can be declared on a power that has broken a promise that was made to you within the last 30 turns. During a War of Retribution you have a 50% reduction of standard warmonger penalties for the current era for declaring war (50 Grievances) and capturing cities, but razing cities gives you a 200% penalty. Although an enemy may have broken their promise to you, this does not entitle you to burn their cities to the ground in revenge.

This Casus Belli is unlocked with Ideology and represents the expanded role of this game aspect in modern society. It is used to declare war on a power with a different Tier 3 government: since all Tier 3 governments represent a different Ideology, other leaders see a (somewhat) noble purpose in your declaration and are able to condone it. This Casus Belli grants you a 50% reduction in the warmonger penalties for declaring war (50 Grievances), capturing cities and razing cities. The Ideological war is one of the most suitable for late game conquests, since its only prerequisite is for the target to have a different government, and this is very often the case. Of course, it will be impossible if either you or the target doesn't have a Tier 3 government!

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Partial Content Protection feature allows you to password protect certain sections of a page or post instead of hiding the entire content under a password form. This is useful when you want to create a teaser of premium content that encourages visitors to register/sign up to unlock the entire post.

When the domain controller has become unavailable, the user can still access network resources (other than the Active Directory server itself) with valid Kerberos tickets that have been acquired before losing the connection (as in Windows). Password changes cannot be processed unless the domain controller is online. While disconnected from the Active Directory server, a user cannot access any data stored on this server. When a workstation has become disconnected from the network entirely and connects to the corporate network again later, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server acquires a new Kerberos ticket when the user has locked and unlocked the desktop (for example, using a desktop screen saver).

Some servers also have case locks. These locks can do different things according to the designs of the system vendor and construction. Many systems are designed to self-disable if attempts are made to open the system without unlocking. Others have device covers that will not let you plug in or unplug keyboards or mice. While locks are sometimes a useful feature, they are usually lower quality and easily defeated by attackers with ill intent.

When a machine unexpectedly stops working and then reboots, it needs to be able to unlock its partitions again. That means this timeout should be set to a time slightly shorter than the reboot time of the client.

Online unlocking. Online unlocking allows circumventing timeout or user limitations. This method can be used when there is a network connection between client and server but the client could not (yet) unlock the partition automatically. This method will unlock all encrypted partitions on a machine.

Offline unlocking. This method can be used when a client cannot or must not be brought online to communicate with its server. The encryption key from the server must still be available. This method is meant as a last resort only and can only unlock a single partition at a time.

It is important that all system and vendor accounts that are not used for logins are locked. To get a list of unlocked accounts on your system, you can check for accounts that do not have an encrypted password string starting with ! or * in the /etc/shadow file. If you lock an account using passwd -l, it will put a !! in front of the encrypted password, effectively disabling the password. If you lock an account using usermod -L, it will put a ! in front of the encrypted password. Many system and shared accounts are usually locked by default by having a * or !! in the password field which renders the encrypted password into an invalid string. Hence, to get a list of all unlocked (encryptable) accounts, run the following command:

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server does not lock accounts by default, but provides PAM module pam_tally2 to easily implement password failure counts. Add the following line to the top of /etc/pam.d/login to lock out all users (except for root) after six failed logins, and to automatically unlock the accounts after ten minutes:

If you want to require the administrator to unlock accounts, leave out the unlock_time option. The next two example commands display the number of failed login attempts and how to unlock a user account:

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