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KB-1900: How do I replace sudo with dzdo?

Authentication Service ,   Mac & PC Management Service ,  

12 April,16 at 11:12 AM

Applies to: DirectControl 4.2 & higher on all platforms

Question:
How do I replace sudo with dzdo?

Answer:
Run the commands shown below to replace sudo with dzdo.


cd /usr/share/centrifydc/libexec
mv `which sudo` `which sudo`.bak
ln -s ./dzdo <PATH TO sudo>


Notes:
This will work only for AD users and will not support sudo for local users and will not process the local sudoers file, only dzdo.