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- Finlay Dobbie
January 23, 2005, 10:30 pm
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On server 1, only users in the administrative group should be able to
get a shell. Everyone else should be restricted to sftp.
On server 2, only users in the administrative group should be able to
get a shell. Everyone else should be restricted to cvs.
On server 3, anyone should be allowed to get a shell.
What is the easiest way of doing this? Currently there are horrible
scripts set up to restrict people, generating lots of
.ssh/authorized_keys files and rsync'ing them about... I'd much rather
delegate this information into the directory somehow.
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