The network is made up of several Mac OS X and Sun machines. The suns are
using NIS, and the Mac OS X are using Netinfo (NeXT/Apple directory
service.) The users have root on there local workstation. They NFS mount
there home directories. How do I stop a userA from su - then su - userB and
getting into userB's home directory? Any ideas?
The best suggestion was to create a wheel group. This means only people in
this group can su - to root. This is possible with a little fiddling.
The other good suggestion but not a option was to use Andrew File Services.
Do not export /export/home with root privs in your /etc/dfs/dfstab file.
(Didnt' try this one.)
Take advantage of NIS+ and Netgroups. Unfortunatley this environment is not
stable. So this wouldn't work.
Take away root. Not an option for me.
Arthur Darren Dunham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Salehi, Michael E <Mike.Salehi@usa.xerox.com>
Michael Stapleton <email@example.com>
Matthew Fansher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chad Graham <email@example.com>
Ronald Loftin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Brian Friday <bfriday@LaSierra.edu>
Ted Q. Tickell <email@example.com>
David Ledger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Imre Kolos <Imre.Kolos@eth.ericsson.se>
Richard Mitchell <email@example.com>
-- Cheers, Thomas Vincent
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