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KB-10055: How to have a user in a zone but not allow access to the server?

Authentication Service ,  

30 March,18 at 10:57 PM

Applies to: All versions of Centrify Direct Control

Question:

How to have a user in a zone but not allow access to the server?

Answer:

Assign the user to the predefined role called "Listed role", which is available by default in every zone. The Listed role makes a user profile visible in a zone but does not grant any type of access rights, PAM rights, or command rights. This is a specialized role that can be used when a user profile must exist for computers in a zone, but no local or remote access should be granted .

For more information about the predefined access right / role. please refer the Administrator’s Guide for Linux and UNIX.
Section : Access rights defined in the UNIX Login role ( Page 115-118) 

https://docs.centrify.com/en/css/2017.3/centrify-unix-adminguide.pdf?_ga=2.263171850.722004833.1516206891-957893866.1465838397 
 

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