Restricting SSH Access when using Centrify-Free

To restrict users from accessing the system using Centrify free can be easily managed by using the following files


1. You have to manually create the the files accordingly and place it at /etc/centifydc. Next you have to  line 273 and uncomment the line

pam.allow.users: file:/etc/centrifydc/users.allow

If you are blocking by groups, you can likewise uncomment the

pam.allow.groups: file:/etc/centrifydc/groups.allow

2. Flush and Reload Centrify-Free

# adflush
# adreload

3. Add users you wish to have access into the system into /etc/centrifydc/users.allow

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