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SSH credential for linux

We're building a new 10.32 environ and I replicating credentials. There is a path for sudo in the Privileged Commannd Execution Properties and we currently have "/usr/bin/sudo". We have migrated all of our servers to use "dzdo", does anyone know if the new credential should have that path (/usr/bin/dzdo), or doesn't it matter? The 10.22 credentials are still working with sudo as /usr/bin/sudo is on the servers.

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