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:
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:
The manual has little info on revoking permissions and I'm running out of ideas.
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Having a bit of a discussion with a software vendor about this. Can anyone confirm my understanding?
/etc/sudoers file example:-
user1 server1 = NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/ls -l
user1 server1 = NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/file
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Rohit.. (13 Replies)