The cron of a user with cpcksh turns to be the root´s cron

Hello!

Is it normal when using cpcksh shell, the cron of a regular user turns to be the cron of root? In other words, I have user1 with cpcksh shell, when I open crontab it shows all cron tasks of root, not user1's.

I wonder, if that is not ok, where can be the issue to start investigating.

Thanks in advance!
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  • I suspect some rule is allowing that command to be executed as root. You could try temporarily disabling all other rules except the pcksh one you are intending to use. Is user1's default shell cpcksh? I am wondering if user1's shell is actually root's, whoami confirms user1 or does it respond back as root?
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  • I suspect some rule is allowing that command to be executed as root. You could try temporarily disabling all other rules except the pcksh one you are intending to use. Is user1's default shell cpcksh? I am wondering if user1's shell is actually root's, whoami confirms user1 or does it respond back as root?
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