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       applygnupgdefaults - Run gpgconf --apply-defaults for all users.




       This  is  a  legacy  script.   Modern  application  should  use  the  per component global
       configuration files under ‘/etc/gnupg/’.

       This script is a wrapper around gpgconf to run it with the  command  --apply-defaults  for
       all  real  users  with  an  existing  GnuPG home directory.  Admins might want to use this
       script   to   update   he   GnuPG   configuration    files    for    all    users    after
       ‘/etc/gnupg/gpgconf.conf’  has  been  changed.  This allows enforcing certain policies for
       all users.  Note, that this is not a bulletproof way  to  force  a  user  to  use  certain
       options.  A user may always directly edit the configuration files and bypass gpgconf.

       applygnupgdefaults is invoked by root as: