Defines how to stop Centrify Openssh from starting up if it doesn't appear in the list of running programs.
Applies to: All version of Centrify enabled OpenSSH.
Question: How can I stop Centrify enabled OpenSSH from starting on Linux computer startup?
Answer: Usually you should be able to stop the service without any special actions but, occasionally, centrify-sshd doesn't show up when you do a chkconfig command but you know it is running. In order to stop it please type in the following command:
chkconfig centrify-sshd off
In order to prevent it from starting when the machine starts up. please type in the following command after stopping the service:
chkconfig --del centrify-sshd
Centrify enabled OpenSSH can be added back to startup with the following command: