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I have a nis master server (master1) and two nis client,
(client1, client2) running nisKIT for solaris2.5.  I
have added a user (temp1) on the master server.  By
default, I was able to telnet to client1 from client 2
using temp1, vice versa.  Here is the question. How do I
set up a netgroup on the master server that do not
allow client2 to login to client1 using temp1?
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Question by:tonyl022498
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I don't know exactly for telnet, but for most of such program there exists some kind of .deny or .allow file the either explicitly denies access from a certain system, or to a certain user.
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