I have a script owned by root which does various things including running 'rmuser -p' and 'su - <another user>'. I can run this script as root and it works fine. I thought that to be able to let others run it I could set the permissions using an ACL file and specifying the userid's I need to be able to run it. The permissions on the file are as follows: -r-s--x--x 1 root system rmuser_pms.sh
But on testing it out running it as one of the ACL userid's, rmuser won't execute and when running su it prompts for a password.
Any ideas on how to get this working or is it even possible ?
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