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Hi guys wondering anyone has any experience with this or has seen good guide or anything somewhere explaining this. The current situation is i have a simple network setup with ...
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    CentOS 5/Fedora 8 user account restrictions


    Hi guys wondering anyone has any experience with this or has seen good guide or anything somewhere explaining this.

    The current situation is i have a simple network setup with NFS/NIS using CentOS 5 as the server and Fedora 8 for the clients the accounts are all set to a basic level of being able share files save to work area's and so on.

    The problem is i need to be able to set restrictions on the accounts to limit what programs and software can be access'ed on the client. for example just to say that Person1/Person2 are not able to run games or have any internet access, Person3/person4 cant access any games but can use the internet, Person5/Person6 can use everything.

    any help would be appreciated or even just a pointer to a good place to start
    Last edited by paulrobinson; 07-03-2008 at 01:00 PM. Reason: typo's

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