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how to block cronjob for different users

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CA1309511
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how to block cronjob for different users

How the ftp service and cron job can be blocked for various users specially system accounts accounts like lp,adm,nobody....etc.

Thanks in advance.
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BR802898
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Re: how to block cronjob for different users

Hi,

You can block ftp access for users by putting them in /etc/ftpusers, se the man-page ftpusers.

You can block users from using cron in 2 ways:

You can put users that are allowed to use cron in the file /usr/lib/cron/cron.allow, this way all other users are blocked from using cron

or you can put users in the file /usr/lib/cron/cron.deny, then the users specified cannot use cron.

for more info take a look at the crontab man-page.

You can also specify an at.allow/at.deny file for the at command

Cheers,
Kasper