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 sec_intro(1m)		  Open Software Foundation	       sec_intro(1m)




 NAME
      sec_intro - Introduction to the DCE Security administrative commands

 DESCRIPTION
      This section describes DCE Security commands for system
      administration.  These commands are


      acl_edit	Manages Access Control Lists (ACLs) for DCE objects

      auditd	Starts the DCE Audit Daemon

      chpass	Changes user information, such as login name, password, home
		directory, password and account expiration dates, and login
		shell.	The implementation of this utility is platform-
		specific.  Use the chpass utility supplied by your platform
		vendor for changing user information.

      dce_login Validates a principal's identity and obtains a principal's
		network credentials.  This command is used primarily during
		DCE configuration. Use the login utility supplied by your
		platform vendor for user login.

      kdestroy	Destroys your login context and credentials

      kinit	Obtains and caches a ticket granting ticket

      klist	Lists cached tickets

      passwd_export
		Updates local password and group files from DCE registry
		data

      passwd_import
		Creates DCE registry entries based on password and group
		file entries

      passwd_override
		Establishes DCE registry overrides for a principal on a
		local node

      pwd_strengthd
		Sample password management server

      rgy_edit	Edits the registry database

      sec_admin Administers the Security Server

      sec_create_db
		Creates registry databases




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 sec_intro(1m)		  Open Software Foundation	       sec_intro(1m)




      secd	The Security Server daemon

      sec_salvage_db
		Reconstructs or recovers a registry database

      su	Allows you to assume another user's identity. The
		implementation of this utility is platform-specific.  Use
		the su utility supplied by your platform vendor.


      See the command's reference page for further information on each
      command.










































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