If we set in /etc/passwd the shell permissions for domain users to /bin/false what exactly will stop working? Thanks.
SSH logins. /bin/false is a good choice if you want mail, FTP, and possibly databases (if it's a virtual server administrator).
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Thanks! Is there a way to set it for new domain users / virtual server administrators by default? By editing manualy a file or something?
I believe you'd just make it appear first in the /etc/shells file. But I might be imagining things.
(Ubuntu 6.06.1, 64 bits)
in /etc/default/useradd work only for the useradd command.
We need it by creating new virtual server administrators in virtualmin by default. please.