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From: ANAZAWA Akio <anazawa@...>
Subject: Re: SSH - Settings based on user groups
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 13:43:58 +0900
Hi,

I'm using scponly (/usr/portage/net-misc/scponly in Gentoo) on FreeBSD
box for this purpose.

Best regards,
Akio Anazawa
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>>>>> In <200312152259.04018.nick@...> 
>>>>>	at Mon, 15 Dec 2003 22:59:04 -0500,
>>>>>	Nick Gommans <nick@...> wrote:
> Hello everyone,

> I just had a question about SSH that (hopefully) someone can answer fo me.

> Is there a way of setting up the SSH server to restrict permission to such 
> extensions as X11Forwarding and Port Forwarding to members of specific 
> groups? How about restricting SSH to only allow a user to use the SCP/SFTP 
> service but have no interactive shell (In an effort to eliminate users from 
> using FTP)? 

> Is there any way I can achieve this level of control in OpenSSH?

> Thanks in advance,
> Nick


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