modifyUserAccount - modify an existing user account
/usr/sysadm/privbin/modifyUserAccount -l login-name [-P | -N | -R] [-F
<new-full-name>] [-S <new-shell-program>] [-G <new-group-name | new-
group-ID>] [-H <new-home-dir> [-C] [-M] [-D] ] [-U <new-user-ID>]
Modify an existing user account and do associated handling of user files
The modifyUserAccount command has the following required parameter:
The login name of the user account to modify
The modifyUserAccount command has the following optional parameters:
-P Indicates that the account password is to be replaced with a new
password. The command will prompt the user for the new password.
This option may not be used in conjunction with -N or with -R.
-N Indicates that the account password should be set to NULL. The
system will still display the password prompt when a password is
required, but no password needs to be entered. This option may not
be used in conjunction with -P or -R.
-R Indicates that the account password should be deleted. The system
will not prompt for a password for this account. This option may
not be used in conjunction with -P or -N.
Indicates that the full name associated with the account is to be
replaced with the new full name.
Indicates that the shell program associated with this account is to
be replaced with the new shell program.
-G new-group-name or new-group-ID
Indicates that the account should be associated with a new Primary
group. All files owned by this user and by the old group will be
reassigned to the new group. The primary group of network access
accounts can not be changed with this command.
Indicates that the home directory associated with this account is to
be replaced with the new home directory. To create the new home
directory, you must also specify the -C option. To copy the files
in the old home directory to the new home directory, specify the -M
option. To delete the old home directory, specify the -D option.
Indicates that the user ID associated with this account should be
changed to the new user ID. All files currently owned by this
account will be reassigned to the new user ID. The user ID of
network access accounts cannot be changed with this command.
File which contains list of user accounts
sysmgr(1M), runpriv(1M), UserManager(1M), addUserAccount(1M),
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