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Customers are using CP4DS/NPS.
However, this system has many false positive alerts.
The customer has to confirm the alert every time.
If the alert auto-close is emailed, the customer's work is reduced.
We are doing authorization through /etc/sudoers for admins to be able to login to the nz user or root. For example like below. ## Allow root to run any commands anywhere
root ALL=(ALL) ALL
username ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:/bin/su - nz, /bin/su - root...
We have a search path listed in the resolv.conf file. It is helpful to locate any server without using fully qualified domain name. The current upgrade is rewriting the /etc/resolv.conf file and user's home directories every time. Due to which all...
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