[sudo-users] /etc/sudoers.d macOS 10.12.4
SAdams2 at penguinrandomhouse.co.uk
Fri May 19 08:19:32 MDT 2017
Been pulling my hair out in trying to get my sudoers file working and hoping some experts here could help me.
On macOS 10.12.4 there’s the ability to create your own sudoers file instead of using the original which is great.
From my understanding I need to use visudo to create it and copy it to /etc/sudoers.d location which I have done.
The end goal is to use our custom sudoers file which has the line %_localSudo ALL=(ALL) ALL
_localSudo is local group and I have a scripted solution to populate it based on an AD group membership
My problem is that the Mac doesn’t let members of the _localSudo group to elevate to sudo
The permissions of the additional sudoers file is 440 the same as the /etc/sudoers file
I’ve also disabled SIP as I thought that was blocking/stopping something even though the file as getting created and populated
Does anyone know where I’ve gone wrong?
Sudoers version 1.8.17p1
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