Is there a way to find users who have sudo permissions for non root?

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Old 10-22-2008
Is there a way to find users who have sudo permissions for non root?

I want to check if in a host a set of persons have sudo access or not and I dont have root access to the host.
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Old 10-22-2008
Without root you can only find out what sudo permissions the user you are has... "sudo -l"... if you have root you can check the sudoers file.

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