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Old 03-31-2002
User and Group Structure

I was asked to set up a unix system and i am at a loss. i need to know the best one for a small to medium sized business and how to go about setting up the uids and the guids for the network. what permissions i have available and such.
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Old 04-01-2002
Sounds like a homework to me.. neway for what version of Unix are you planning to set up the Network. For available permissions you may refer to man uid or man guid .. Also pls post as much information as possible...
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