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From: Reg Quinton (reggersist.uwaterloo.ca)
Date: Wed May 01 2002 - 13:50:02 CDT
> Is there anyway to set time restrictions for users on Solaris 8? (Other
> NOS that can do this is Novell) For Example: Set user bsombdy account so
> that they can log on from 8am to 6pm.
There is a pam_time module described at:
pam_time: authorize users based on when and where they log in (like securetty, but) in a way that is dependent on the service they
Andrew Morgan morganlinux.kernel.org
It's (apparently) found within the pam tar ball and seems to be
"standard" fair on Linux beasts. It ought to port PDQ to Solaris
but I've never had the urge to.
That would be the tack I'd take. I'm not aware of Solaris providing
anything out of the box to help you.