1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 9, 2019 9:13 AM by Bill Robinson

    Added command to authprofile and it's still not available

    Daniel Bousquin
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      A user requested the getent command added to their role and I updated the authorization profile assigned to the role.

      When pushing ACL's, the command shows it to be pushed to the server.

       

      similar to below:

       

      ROLENAME:username@here.com

      rw,map=root,commands=CM:grep:nsh:rm:nexec:awk:blquery:cat:cd:cls:complus_scan:fgrep:find:finger:getent:grep:iostat:ksh:ls:lsfs:lslpp:netstat:nexec:nfsstat:perl:pkginfo:prtconf:ps:pwd:reg_scan:sysdef:uname:uptime:vmstat:win_acl:winsvc

       

      It's also in the ACL summary.

       

      Using that role In an nsh window is comes back as an unknown command.

       

      When I remote into the server (using putty) the command is there and I can run it so it exists on the box.

       

      I had the command tried with the BLADMIN role and they were able to issue the command in an NSH window.

       

      Is  there something else that needs to be done?

       

       

      Thanks

      -Dan