History says that's not a good idea. For example, there was a school of thought that one should put on every option of 5733OPS and then when an option was actually used it would get propagated by a PTF. Lot easier to slap on options all at once and apply PTFs later. Now that 5733OPS is deprecated I cannot tell what is used and what is not.
Let's say you go through some external audit and they say that such and such option is deprecated, a security leak, etc. How do you make the best decision on whether or not you are using it and judge which corrective action to take if you just install them all?

Rob Berendt

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