5.1 How Does Command Control Work?

UNIX/Linux commands are passed to the Command Control through scripts, commands, or replacement shells, using the methods described in Section 5.2, Integrating Command Control into User Environments.

When a command is received, Command Control uses the following to evaluate the command:

If the evaluation authorizes the command to run:

If the evaluation returns unauthorized, the command is not executed and the reason for the failure is returned.