I'm looking at the GCVs on my driver sets here and there are a whole lot
of them that I can't identify where they came from, or why they're here.
I'm pretty sure I'm not using them for anything, but not knowing why I
have them, I'm a bit hesitant to remove them. So, does anybody recognize
these or know where they came from?

There are basically three sets. The first is the "nxp" stuff. Second is a
single GCV, "Strict Scoping", which looks to me like it might have come
from the resource kit definitions. Third is a bunch of MAD group
definition values that I think I got from Geoffrey, but he says he
doesn't recognize them either.



<header display-name="Identity Types"/>
<definition display-name="Personal Identity Type"
name="nxp.common.identity.type.personal" type="string">
<value>Personal</value>
<description>Identity type value for Personal identities</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Functional Identity Type"
name="nxp.common.identity.type.functional" type="string">
<value>Functional</value>
<description>Identity type value for Functional identities</
description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Unclaimed Identity Type"
name="nxp.common.identity.type.unclaimed" type="string">
<value>Unclaimed</value>
<description>Identity type value for Unclaimed identities</description>
</definition>
<header display-name="Person Types"/>
<definition display-name="Employee Person Type"
name="nxp.common.person.type.employee" type="string">
<value>Employee</value>
<description>Person type value for employees</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Contractor Person Type"
name="nxp.common.person.type.contractor" type="string">
<value>Contractor</value>
<description>Person type value for contractors</description>
</definition>
<header display-name="Identity Status Values"/>
<definition display-name="New Identity Status"
name="nxp.common.identity.status.new" type="string">
<value>New</value>
<description>Identity status value for identities whose start date is
in the future</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Locked Identity Status"
name="nxp.common.identity.status.locked" type="string">
<value>Locked</value>
<description>Identity status value for identities that have been
automatically locked by intruder detection</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Disabled Identity Status"
name="nxp.common.identity.status.disabled" type="string">
<value>Disabled</value>
<description>Identity status value for identities that have been
explicitly but temporarily disabled</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Active Identity Status"
name="nxp.common.identity.status.active" type="string">
<value>Active</value>
<description>Identity status value for identities that are in the
regular, active part of their lifecycle</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Retired Identity Status"
name="nxp.common.identity.status.retired" type="string">
<value>Retired</value>
<description>Identity status value for identities whose end date is in
the past</description>
</definition>
<header display-name="Account Status Values"/>
<definition display-name="New Account Status"
name="nxp.common.account.status.new" type="string">
<value>New</value>
<description>Identity status value for accounts whose identity's start
date is in the future</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Disabled Account Status"
name="nxp.common.account.status.disabled" type="string">
<value>Disabled</value>
<description>Identity status value for accounts that have been
disabled</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Active Account Status"
name="nxp.common.account.status.active" type="string">
<value>Active</value>
<description>Identity status value for accounts that are in the
regular, active part of their lifecycle</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Inactive Account Status"
name="nxp.common.account.status.inactive" type="string">
<value>Inactive</value>
<description>Identity status value for accounts that are beyond active
but not yet retired</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Retired Account Status"
name="nxp.common.account.status.retired" type="string">
<value>Retired</value>
<description>Identity status value for accounts whose identity's end
date is in the past</description>
</definition>
<header display-name="LCS Service Levels"/>
<definition display-name="Bronze LCS Level"
name="nxp.common.lcs.bronze" type="string">
<value>Bronze</value>
<description>Lowest known LCS service level</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Silver LCS Level"
name="nxp.common.lcs.silver" type="string">
<value>Silver</value>
<description>Intermediate LCS service level</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Gold LCS Level" name="nxp.common.lcs.gold"
type="string">
<value>Gold</value>
<description>Highest known LCS service level</description>
</definition>
<header display-name="Object Naming and Locations"/>
<definition display-name="Identity Container" dn-space="dirxml" dn-
type="slash" name="nxp.common.location.identity" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities</value>
<description>Distinguished name of the root container for identity
objects. Normally only used as the search root for inbound matching
processes.</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Active Identity Container" dn-space="dirxml"
dn-type="slash" name="nxp.common.location.identity.active" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities\Active</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for Active, Inactive,
Disabled and Locked identity objects</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Retired Identity Container" dn-space="dirxml"
dn-type="slash" name="nxp.common.location.identity.retired" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities\Retired</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for Retired identity
objects</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Unclaimed Identity Container" dn-
space="dirxml" dn-type="slash"
name="nxp.common.location.identity.unclaimed" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities\Unclaimed</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for unclaimed identity
objects</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Named New Identity Container" dn-
space="dirxml" dn-type="slash"
name="nxp.common.location.identity.new.named" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities\New\Named</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for prenamed New identity
objects</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Unnamed New Identity Container" dn-
space="dirxml" dn-type="slash"
name="nxp.common.location.identity.new.unnamed" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities\New\Unnamed</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for New identity objects
that do not yet have their definitive name (CN)</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Unclaimed New Identity Container" dn-
space="dirxml" dn-type="slash"
name="nxp.common.location.identity.new.unclaimed" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Identities\New\Unclaimed</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for New identity objects
that are unclaimed and do not follow the normal naming conventions (for
establishing the CN attribute)</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="Site Container" dn-space="dirxml" dn-
type="slash" name="nxp.common.location.site" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Locations\Sites</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for Site objects</
description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="WBI Site Container" dn-space="dirxml" dn-
type="slash" name="nxp.common.location.wbisite" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Internal\Locations\WBI</value>
<description>Distinguished name of container for WBI Site objects</
description>
</definition>
<header display-name="Account Drivers"/>
<definition display-name="Diamond Driver" dn-space="dirxml" dn-
type="slash" name="nxp.common.driver.diamond" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Services\DriverSet\Diamond</value>
<description>Distinguished name of the driver object for the Diamond
connected system. Normally only used by drivers that add identity objects
to the vault, and then only for declaring entitlement values for drivers
other than themselves.</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="LCS Driver" dn-space="dirxml" dn-type="slash"
name="nxp.common.driver.lcs" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Services\DriverSet\LCS</value>
<description>Distinguished name of the driver object for the LCS
connected system. Normally only used by drivers that add identity objects
to the vault, and then only for declaring entitlement values for drivers
other than themselves.</description>
</definition>
<definition display-name="WBI Driver" dn-space="dirxml" dn-type="slash"
name="nxp.common.driver.wbi" type="dn">
<value>NXP\Services\DriverSet\WBI</value>
<description>Distinguished name of the driver object for the WBI
connected system. Normally only used by drivers that add identity objects
to the vault, and then only for declaring entitlement values for drivers
other than themselves.</description>
</definition>



<definition display-name="Strict Scoping" name="g-scope-sub-strict"
type="boolean">
<description>If set to "true" the subscriber channel will only handle
objects that are in the same subtree as the subtree that the publisher
channel creates new objects in.</description>
<value>true</value>
</definition>



<definition display-name="AD Group Scope Local" name="ad-groupscope-
local" type="string">
<value>4</value>
<description/>
</definition>
<definition display-name="AD Group Scope Global" name="ad-groupscope-
global" type="string">
<value>2</value>
<description/>
</definition>
<definition display-name="AD Group Scope Universal" name="ad-groupscope-
universal" type="string">
<value>8</value>
<description/>
</definition>
<definition display-name="AD Group Type Security (ad-grouptype-
security)" name="ad-grouptype-security" type="string">
<value>-2147483648</value>
<description/>
</definition>
<definition display-name="AD Group Type Distribution (ad-grouptype-
distribution)" name="ad-grouptype-distribution" type="string">
<value>0</value>
<description/>
</definition>



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