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How to format ubuntu SUDOERS file to allow a group to shut down?

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I need to edit the sudoers file to allow the users in a group called ABLETOSD the ability to restart the system

Can anyone show me what this entry should look like?
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Hi again,

%ABLETOSD            ALL=(root) NOPASSWD:/sbin/shutdown, /sbin/reboot

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%ABLETOSD            ALL=(root) NOPASSWD:/sbin/shutdown, /sbin/reboot
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thanks
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