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KB-10605: How can I allow users to edit a specific file set?

Authentication Service ,  

30 June,18 at 06:12 PM

Problem:
When setting up a new Unix command to allow users to use vi to edit specific files in directories they do not have traverse rights into,  an error is produced that says you don't have permissions to that file.

Resolution:
Add /usr/bin/ into the user account's profile path in the .cshrc or .profile file.

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