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The smprofile command is used to create, list, update, and delete profiles in the prof_ attr database, using smprofile add, smprofile list, smprofile modify, and smprofile delete, respectively. The authorization arguments are similar to those used for smuser and smexec. For adding entries using smprofile add, the following parameters can be passed on the command line:
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Adds a single authorization or a set of authorizations Adds a description for the new profile Specifies the path to the HTML help file associated with the profile Specifies a name for the profile
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# smprofile add -H localhost -p xyz123 -u root -- -n "Password Manager" \ -d "Change user passwords" -a solaris.admin.usermgr.pswd \ -m PasswordManager.html
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This command adds a profile for the Password Manager who has the authorization solaris.admin.usermgr.pswd to change passwords. For listing entries using smprofile list, only the n parameter can be passed on the command line, which optionally specifies the name of the profile to list. An example smprofile list command is shown here:
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For modifying entries using smprofile modify, the same parameters can be passed on the command line as for smprofile add. Any parameters specified will result in the corresponding field being updated. An example smprofile modify command is shown here:
# smprofile modify -H localhost -p xyz123 -u root -- \ -n "Password Manager" -d "Modify user passwords
This example changes the description for the profile Password Manager. For deleting entries using smprofile delete, only the n parameter can be passed on the command line, which specifies the name of the profile to delete. An example smprofile delete command is shown here:
# smprofile delete -H localhost -p xyz123 -u root -- \ -n "Password Manager"
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The smrole command is used to perform operations on role accounts. It is generally used to add single roles rather than a set of roles in batch mode. In addition to adding, deleting, and modifying role account records, existing role data can be retrieved and listed. One of four options must be passed to the command upon execution: add, which adds an entry; delete, which deletes an entry; list, which lists all existing entries; or modify, which updates an entry. In order to use smrole add, delete, or modify, the user must have the solaris.role.write authorization. However, only the solaris.admin.usermgr.read authorization is required to list entries. There are two sets of parameters that can be passed to smrole (depending on which option has been selected): authorization parameters and specific parameters for each option. The authorization parameters are similar to those used for smuser. For adding entries using smrole add, the following parameters can be passed on the command line:
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Specifies a role account description, such as System Manager Specifies the role account s home directory Specifies any secondary GIDs for the role account, because the primary GID is always sysadmin Specifies the role name Specifies the account password Specifies the default shell Specifies the account UID
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# smrole add -H localhost -p xyz123 -u root -- -F "System Manager" \ -n bofh P abc123 G 10 u 666
This command adds an account called bofh to the system for System Manager, with the password jimmy123. The UID for the account is 666, and the secondary GID is 10. For removing entries using smrole delete, only the n parameter, specifying the role account name, needs to be passed on the command line. The following command would remove the account for bofh on the localhost:
# smrole delete -H localhost -p xyz123 -u root -- -n bofh
The smrole list command can display a list of roles without any parameters, by using a command like this:
# smrole list -H localhost -p xyz123 -u root -
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