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Restrict service root directory


The service process must have a root directory with access only to the necessary files.


By restricting the service process to a specific root directory, the system can prevent unauthorized access to critical system files or confidential data. This is particularly important in environments where multiple services or applications run concurrently, each of them requiring its own isolated space. This helps to maintain the consistency of the system by preventing unintended modifications or deletions of critical files.

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