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Enhanced Access Control Policy errors executing commands


Hi,we are implementing npum, we have an Enhanced Access Control Policy
script, but when we execute commands like whereis or even ls the
following message appears "Unable to audit command, exiting..." and with
passwd command shows "ulimit: Permission denied" the weird thing is that
this behaviour only happens on HP-UX Servers
I hope anyone can help me with this issue
Thanks


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Re: Enhanced Access Control Policy errors executing commands


What version of NPUM are you running? I'd recommend to get to 2.3.0-4
before proceeding, if you aren't patched. (see
http://www.novell.com/support/viewContent.do?externalId=7007751 for
fixes. There were quite a few HP fixes in 2.3.0-4)

Once patched and it's still happening, can you post the pseudocode of
your rule? (Select the matching rule, from the left Nav, select
'Pseudocode'. Copy and paste it here.


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