ldapusers.deny - Contains the names of Tru64 UNIX users
who will not be authenticated by LDAP authentication
The /etc/ldapusers.deny is a text file in which you enter
the name of a Tru64 UNIX user who will not be authenticated
by LDAP authentication. Users listed in the ldapusers.deny
file are authenticated by the Tru64 UNIX security
mechanisms configured on the system and are exempt
from LDAP authentication.
Netgroups may also be specified with a line of the form
@netgroup_name. All users belonging to specified netgroup
will not be authenticated by LDAP authentication.
A default /etc/ldapusers.deny file is provided when you
install the LDAP client software.
You must enter only one user name per line and the user
name must exactly match a user name in the /etc/passwd
A netgroup may be specified as @netgroup_name where netgroup_name
exactly matches a netgroup name. Only one netgroup
should be specified per line.
To create comments, use the number sign (#). Any characters
after a number sign are ignored to the end of the
line. Blank lines and any leading or trailing white space
on a line are also ignored.
The following is an example of a ldapusers.deny file: # #
ldapusers.deny - list of users who area not allowed to
authenticate on # this system via LDAP
authentication (libsialdap.so & ldapcd) # # Account names
must match exactly the user account name in the #
/etc/passwd file. # # Syntax: account_1 # . #
. # . # account_n # root nobody
nobodyV daemon bin uucp uucpa auth cron lp tcb adm ris wnn
pop imap ftp anonymous
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