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What is netgroups and how to use it and config it?

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Netgroups are groups associated with NIS.   They are normally used to manage access to certain machines.

Here's some quick info on configuring a netgroup.

http://unixadministrator.blogspot.com/2009/04/netgroup-using-nis-implementation.html
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