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KB-8058: What is the Purpose of the File: /etc/centrifydc/apu.lst?

Authentication Service ,  

2 October,19 at 06:03 PM

Applies to:
  
All versions of Centrify DirectControl

Question:
  
What is the purpose of the file apu.lst?

Answer:
  
This file /etc/centrifydc/apu.lst is used to hold local users that are granted the predefined role of Rescue - always permit login.  In older releases this role was named always permit login
The file /etc/centrifydc/apu.lst is modified every time adflush is performed. 


Note: The location of the file 
/etc/centrifydc/apu.lst has been changed from /etc/centrifydc/apu.lst to /etc/centrifydc/share/apu.lst as of Authentication Service and Privilege Elevation Service 5.6.0 (Release 19.6)

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