I saw the thread the other day about how root flags will be dynamic now so people can't share them. But obviously we normally use the root flag to protect write ups for live machines.
Everyone seems to agree that its good to read other people's write ups once you've completed a machine to see how they did it differently, and we don't want to wait months to do that.
So what's the official answer to this problem? Do we just use the admin password as the password for our write ups? I think that idea was mentioned in the original thread but I don't think it was given as like a definite instruction saying that's what we should do. What has everyone else been doing?