Hi Andrew,

what about using Solaris RBAC instead of sudo ? Seems to be a more logical choice as it's part of Solaris, easy to use and documented in the Solaris documentation at docs.sun.com.

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Andrew Dishong wrote:

Does anyone have a pointer to information on using sudo and zone administration/creation? I saw some blurbs that this can be accomplished but nothing specific, we have a customer looking for any reference to being able to admin and create zones without using root, sudo seemed to be a logical choice, thanks Andy
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