Setting remote access for a user
Remote access allows a user to log into another machine (where they have
an identical account) without entering a password. This is also known as
When remote access is configured, the local system recognizes the
equivalence between the two accounts.
This means remote access has two requirements:
the same account must exist on the local and remote systems
the account on the local system must have remote access
configured (as described here)
Remote access does not create an account on the remote system -
you must do this yourself.
select a user name, then select
Users Remote Access.
Click on the Remote Access button.
To configure access, select an entry in the
column and click on the Add button.
To remove access, select an entry
in the ``Current Hosts''
column and click on the Remove button.
You can search for a specified host by entering the name in the
``Search for:'' field.
To set up administrative remote access for system owners, see
``Using the SCOadmin Setup Wizard''.
About user equivalence
Changing a user's locale
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004