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I use this command as user root to add the user into the mentioned groups :
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I can thereafter see the id in the groups :
# id munfai
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Security users in AIX don’t have permission to change the group of the user thru Smitty Users
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Security profile in Smitty :
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I want to know how we can add a new group in solaris. As per my understanding this is done by adding a new entry in /etc/groups file (or by using groupadd command which will also add the entry in the groups file). But when I use group command to see the groups to which I belong, it shows my userid... (7 Replies)
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Hi I have a user zak and
I want user zak to be part of the oracle and stats group but not be able to view,list anything in data and archive. Also anyone in the data and archive group should not be able to view,list anything in oracle and stats....... (3 Replies)
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Is it possible to dynamically allocate a new user group to an existing session on Solaris 5.8
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