10.1 Configuring Linux User Management for Domain Services for Windows

In Domain Services for Windows (DSfW), when you install Linux User Management with a container admin, you must give read, write, and compare attribute rights on the UNIX Config object. You must give the rights if the object is located in a container where the Admin does not have these rights.

If the UNIX Config object does not exist and you are creating it in a container where the user does not have rights, you must give the user read, write, and compare rights to the container where you want to create the object.

HINT:To reduce security risks, you can remove the rights to the container after the install and set them on the UNIX Config object after it is created.