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Old 03-24-2015
Sudoers - Revoke default policy

I would like to keep my /etc/sudoers file as distributed and only use a /etc/sudoers.d drop-in file instead.

Everything is working fine except for permissions given to the wheel group in the distribution sudoers file:

## Allows people in group wheel to run all commands
%wheel  ALL=(ALL)       ALL

I don't want people in group wheel to be able to run commands. Now I know I can comment the above line and revoke this permission, however I want to keep the sudoers file as-distributed; so my goal it to revoke these permissions in my drop-in file. I have tried the following without success:

%wheel  ALL=(ALL) !/*

The manual has little info on revoking permissions and I'm running out of ideas.

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DBIAgent::Queue(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				      DBIAgent::Queue(3pm)

POE::Component::DBIAgent::Queue -- Helper class for managing a round-robin queue of Po:Co:DBIAgent:Helper's. SYNOPSIS
Methods This are the methods we recognize: init init the queue (currently noop) add append argument to the queue clear Clear the queue find_by_pid Find the index of helper with specified pid find_by_wheelid Find the index of helper with specified wheel id remove_by_pid Remove helper with specified pid remove_by_wheelid Remove helper with specified wheel id next Get next helper off the head of the queue (and put it back on the end (round robin)) make_next Force the helper with the specified wheel id to the head of the queue. exit_all Tell all our helpers to exit gracefully. kill_all Send the specified signal (default SIGTERM) to all helper processes AUTHOR
This module has been fine-tuned and packaged by Rob Bloodgood <robb@empire2.com>. However, most of the code came directly from Fletch <fletch@phydeaux.org> and adapted for the release of POE::Component::DBIAgent. Thank you, Fletch! However, I own all of the bugs. This module is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.1 2008-01-18 DBIAgent::Queue(3pm)

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