we have currently stumbled upon situation, where Ansible remediation
snippet can either fix 3 different rules at once, or be very convoluted.
Technical details aside  - what is your view of such approach?
* Is it ok when remediation does change more than the rule that
triggered it checks?
* Do you prefer to have no remediation at all, to the remediation that
does too much?
* Does answer to the questions above change between (--remediate) which
is applied automatically, and bash roles or ansible playbooks, where you
can check insides of the scripts and alter them before application?
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