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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Determining Your Privileges (Task Map)

The following task map points to procedures for using the privileges that have been assigned to you.

Task

Description

For Instructions

View your privileges as a user in any shell

Shows the privileges that have been directly assigned to you. All of your processes run with these privileges.

How to Determine the Privileges That You Have Been Directly Assigned

Determine which commands you can run with privilege

When privileges are assigned to executables in a rights profile, the executable must be typed in a profile shell.

How to Determine the Privileged Commands That You Can Run

Determine which commands a role can run with privileges

Assumes the role to determine which commands the role can run with privileges.

How to Determine the Privileged Commands That a Role Can Run

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