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Hello, I have a generic user whi

Hello, I have a generic user whi

Hello, I have a generic user whi

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Hello,

I have a generic user which the application team switches to after logging in as their named user login. But one of the user has sudo access and logs in as root and then switches to generic user. i want to prevent that. how can this be done?
I dont want to revoke the user's sudo access.

RE: Hello, I have a generic user whi

Hi Anju,

I'm afraid there's no way of preventing that. It sounds like you just need to talk to the user.

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RE: Hello, I have a generic user whi

The software "powerbroker" may be able to help you. It is an add-on to unix/Linux with the additional benefit of logging accesses in case you need them for audit purposes.

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RE: Hello, I have a generic user whi

in sudoers file deny this particular user switching to the generic account, leaving the rest intact.

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