Let's say in a security level 30 environment, a sensitive object has been assigned the *ALL authority for *PUBLIC. If a group of users has been assigned a menu that does not get them to any security functions, would they still be able to access that sensitive object because of the *ALL authority to PUBLIC, or would that be impossible due to their menu options?
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