This check-box only has effect with "Accept" rules. I don't see the point for other policies.
Check it out!
linuxconf --selectprofile profile-name
switch to the new profile. It archives and extracts the files differing between to two profiles.
So you do either
LILO boot: linux PROFILE=Office
Or you create various configurations in /etc/lilo.conf. Here is my own /etc/lilo.conf:
boot = /dev/hda timeout = 50 prompt default = linux vga = normal root = /dev/hda6 read-only map=/boot/map install=/boot/boot.b image = /boot/vmlinuz-2.2.13-7mdk label = linux image = /boot/vmlinuz-2.2.13-7mdk label = office append = "PROFILE=Office" image = /boot/vmlinuz-2.2.13-7mdk label = home append = "PROFILE=Home"
I have 3 configuration in LILO. The default does not select any profile so will boot in the current profile. The two others are switching either to the Home or Office profile.
This hides the disk quota area
This hides the button
Those check-boxes are only effective for co-administrators. root can still see and edit all fields.