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sudosh ---- how to configure

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Can someone point me to some documentation on how to configure "sudosh"? we are currently using just plain sudo. Need to know how to configure in order to capture keystrokes of folks' sessions now that we're going to be using "sudosh" instead of "sudo". This will be deployed on HPUX, Solaris, and LINUX servers. I understand there's also a "playback" feature which enables admins to look at a user's session info using the file created during that user's sudosh session to see exactly what that user did in terms of commands.

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As always, quick to respond and accurate!

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