sudo - AIX - User privilege specification


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sudo - AIX - User privilege specification

I am planning to implement sudo for users.

Under [# User privilege specification], it looks I have to put the users who need to have sudo access:

What are the recommended [# User privilege specification] for users? I don't think I need to give the ALL privilege (i.e [root ALL=(ALL) ALL]) to AIX users.

I'd like to know the commonly used privilege specification for sudo users.

Please advise.
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It depends on your needs. You should know what users need to run as root before implementing sudo. there is no standard template.
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