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Operating Systems Solaris RBAC related question..... Post 302335459 by samar on Sunday 19th of July 2009 12:20:32 PM
Old 07-19-2009
Quote:
Originally Posted by saagar
I am referring Bill Calkins(SCSA exam prep) for RBAC..actually i wanted to make a normal user to get the privilege to run a command through authorization, not through profile files...
This is the exact steps given by Bill calkins..


1.roleadd -m -d /export/home/adminusr -c "Admin Assistant" \
-A solaris.admin.usermgr.pswd,solaris.system.shutdown,\
solaris.admin.fsmgr.write adminusr
2.
passwd adminusr
3.
usermod -R adminusr neil
4.su - neil
5.$roles
adminusr
6.su - adminusr

Now, neil can change passwords, shutdown system, share filesystems...
This is what Bill Calkins says...

but when i do this as neil..for eg.
$su - adminusr
passwd:****
passwd:****
$/usr/sbin/shutdown -h now
Only root can run /usr/sbin/shutdown...

Please let me know where I am going wrong...

Hi,
let me see /etc/user_attr file.


Good luck
 
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