Support sudo without NOPASSWD

Idea ID 2810585

Support sudo without NOPASSWD

Brief description:

Data Protector supports remote installation and upgrades using root and sudo-enabled users. Right now sudo-enabled users must have the NOPASSWD statement defined in sudoers file.


It would be nice if we could support configurations where the NOPASSWD is not used, which is commonly used across major Linux distributions.

%wheel ALL=(ALL) ALL


Support sudo-enabled users for remote push and upgrades without changing the default sudoers file.

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