Réf. : Re: Réf._:_how_to_determine _a_proper_sudo_file_contents

steve.bernier at desjardins.com steve.bernier at desjardins.com
Thu Jan 24 11:37:39 EST 2002

I think what you need is:

userid hostname=NOPASSWD: ALL

You can replace "hostname" with ALL if the sudoers file is distributed across multiple hosts.

BTW, I DO NOT recommand this kind of authorization, you give "userid" access equivalent to root, ie full access.  But... security vs speed vs ease of use is always a

Steve Bernier
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"john ctr kelly" <john.ctr.kelly at faa.gov> on 2002-01-24 10:57:47

Pour :    <steve.bernier at desjardins.com>, "John CTR Kelly" <John_CTR_Kelly_at_AWAATO200-OPSNET2 at faa.gov>
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Objet :   Re: Réf._:_how_to_determine_a_proper_sudo_file_contents


     Thanks for your suggestion.  Still somewhat confused as to how to set
up the access to allow this user access to everything.
would something like this
Cmnd_Alias      TESTING   = /*

be the best or is there another better way?



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