rbac and crontab
I have running AIX6.1 TL6. RBAC is enable on my system and I need to enable a normal user to only view the crontab file for root. I want use RBAC to this purpose . Any suggestions will be appreciated.
- Re: root group in solaris
... Then `usermod -R root username`. ... I am looking at something simpler than SUDO or RBAC ... Do You Yahoo!? ... Mail has the best spam protection around ...
- Re: some users with rootly powers
... This is so they can install software as root, ... RBAC is what you are looking for.http://www.samag.com/documents/s=7667/sam0213c/0213c.htm ... root password each and letting them go nuts would be ideal... ... is an easy, hard and very hard way of implementing, zones. ...
- RE: NFS Security Question
... >I would recommend that you remove the su command or remove root access all ... Don't remove su if you intend to use RBAC with roles since su is how ... You can also assign the privelged commands directly to the user and ... >execute commands as root with "sudo" but they never actually become root. ...
- Re: Prevent log in as root
... Sounds like you want to implement something like Role Based Access Control (RBAC). ... A quick search on Freshmeat turned up this PAM module which may allow you to do the job... ... > to only log in as admin and su to root. ...
- Re: history
... Get management buy in on restricting root access ... Also sudo has been around for a long time. ... > very easy to setup but Solaris has a much more powerfull utility called RBAC ... >>but sudo will give you the control and accountability that is needed. ...