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Get-ADUser Powershell Command Tutorial To List Active Directory Users with Examples

Windows Active Directory provides very useful enterprise user management capabilities. Powershell is a new scripting language provides for Microsoft Operating systems. Get-ADUser is a very useful command or commandlet which can be used to list Active Directory users in different ways. List Domain Users Interactively We will start with a simple example. We will list all domain users. In this example, we will do not provide any option or parameter...

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How to Create New User In CentOS?

CentOS is enterprise level Linux distribution which is clone of the RedHat. User management like create, add, remove etc is important part of the daily Administration tasks. In this tutorial we will look how to add new user to the CentOS system. List Current Users Before creating new user we will list existing users. We can use different methods to list existing users but following is the most practical way...

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Linux Chroot Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux provides different mechanisms for practical and security reasons. chroot is one of them. Processes in linux can access to the file system or root by default. Linux kernel also provides chroot mechanism to restrict access to the whole filesystem in Linux. Syntax The chroot syntax is like below.

OPTION is chroot option NEWROOT is the new root directory COMMAND is the command we want to run in the chrooted directory Chroot Jail or...

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Linux Etc Login.defs Configuration with Examples

Linux shadow password suite provides password related utils and configuration. /etc/login.defs or simple login.defs provides configuration about shadow utils. This file provides password, mail, user id, group id, user home related configuration. We will look all of the useful configurations in this tutorial. Login.defs Configuration File login.defs configuration file is located at /etc/login.defs . It is simple text file. We can use any text editor to edit and change values. In this tutorial we...

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Security Roles and Responsibilities In Security Governance

Security role is the part where an individual plays in a complete organization security implementation and administration. In this tutorials different security roles and responsibilities in an organization. Senior Manager Senior Manager is responsible for all organization security. Senior Manager will have following roles and responsibilities Sign off all policy issues Endorse security policy Sole responsibility on security failure or success Tracking security solutions Security Professional Security professional are word...

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Linux Ulimit Command Tutorial with Examples To Increase Open File Limit

Linux kernel provides some configuration about system related limits and maximums. These are like maximum file handler count, maximum file locks, maximum process count etc. These limits are used to stay in safe area and do not bottleneck system performance. But sometimes these limits should be decreased or increased. ulimit is used to change these limits and maximums. List All Limits There are different types of limits and maximum values used...

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Linux Chmod Command Tutorial with Examples To Change Permission of Files and Folders

chmod command is used to change access permission of files and directories in Linux operating systems. chmod stands for change mode. Access permissions specify whether a user account or group can read, write or execute a given file and directory. Syntax Syntax of chmod command is like below.

Roles While managing access permission for files and directories we should specify the roles. Permissions are set and bind to the given roles....

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Linux Chown Command Tutorial with Examples To Change Ownership Of Files

chown command is used to change file and folders user , group and other ownership. chown is very useful tool but sometimes becomes very dangerous because it can harm current owner policy.chown mainly changes read , write and execute owner according to given user or group. Syntax Syntax of chown is like below.

List User and Group Owner Before starting to change file and folders owner in Linux we should list current owners of the file....

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Linux ps Command Tutorial List Processes with Examples

Processes are the one of the main parts of the operations systems. All user side even kernel side operations are executed with process. Process generally created, run and killed. This life cycle of the process generally the same. During this life cycle we may need to get more information about processes. ps command is most used command to list and get information about processes. List Current User Processes Process can be...

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