restricting within command
Matthew.Hannigan at nl.abnamro.com
Mon Mar 20 05:03:43 EST 2000
I think the standard thing to do is to write a small wrapper
which restricts the changes (by uid or group for instance).
Julian.Rogan at Unilever.com on 20/03/2000 10:44:00
To: sudo-users at courtesan.com
cc: (bcc: Matthew Hannigan/NL/ABNAMRO/NL)
Subject: restricting within command
I plan on allowing our helpdesk to change users passwords using sudo as
means of allowing this privilege.
However, as someone just pointed out to me, the helpdesk will also be
change root's password.
So is there anyway of tightening the privilege in this one respect.
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