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I am administering a DC environment of over 100+ Solaris servers used by various teams including Databases.
Every user created on the node belonging to databases is assigned group staff(10) .
I want that all users belonging to staff should NOT be able to execute certain system... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: Junaid Subhani
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I am using MySecureShell to chroot all sftp accesses. The problem that I have is that my boss does not want root to be able to use sftp. Root should still be able to ssh. Any ideas? (2 Replies)
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I've had a quick look around but cant see anything exactly matching my requirements.
I have a new T2000 running S10. Im looking to restrict the no. cores that a S10 non-global zone can use to 1 only. The box is single CPU but 8core.
I want to do this to save on some software... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: boneyard
I have created a user called "x" who is allowed only to FTP and it is working fine. Here my problem is, I want to give access to a particular directory say for eg:- /dump/test directory. I don't find any option in the useradd command to restrict access to this particular directory only... (1 Reply)
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I am facing a problem, regarding code security on a server.
We have configured a server which contains our code (ear present in jboss/server/xyz/deploy) in it, and need to bind the code to the server itself so that no one can take the code out of the. the problem is that the password of... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: akshay61286
We want to secure access to a server by restricting the number of users who can login to it. Our users are NIS users. Only few of them can telnet/ssh this server.
Do you have any idea on how to implement that?
thanks. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: melanie_pfefer
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I'm the admin in a shop in which my developers have and use the root account, all UNIX newbies.
I've been unable to convince management myself that this is an unacceptable practice.
I've looked in a couple books I have and can't find any chapters, discussions, etc that make the argument that... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: keith.m
I'm on Solaris 8, I need to provide Read-only access to a user to 2 directories only.
Using rsh (restricted shell) as the user's login shell, I can restrict the user's access to a certain directory only, but how can I set in such a way that the user can access only the 2 directories... (4 Replies)
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I have a need to allow only certain IP addresses to access a machine running solaris 9. I am not sure how this can be accomplished.
Thanks in advance for your help.
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I need to restrict users shell access to only $HOME under /home for each user. I don't want them getting out of their own directories. From what I understand chroot is something I could use, but I want to avoid this since it involves creating symbolic links to a number... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: alwayslearningunix