[sudo-users] SUDO PERMISSIONS
Russell Van Tassell
russell+sudo-users at loosenut.com
Wed Mar 11 17:21:13 EDT 2009
Honestly, sounds like a job better suited for a simple perl / shell script.
On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 02:15:31PM -0700, Sam Mabjish wrote:
> Hi to ALL,
> I want to give an operator the ability to change passwords and unlock userids on my unix server. Is there a way in sudo to limit the excecution of passwd, and make it only change the password of a group of userids that I specify or define?
> i.e. I don't want the operator to be able to change the passwords for all the users defined on the system. I want him only to be able to change the password for a group of users?
> If there is a way in sudo, could you please give me the syntax?
> Thank you all in advance
Russell M. Van Tassell
russell at loosenut.com
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