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Actual exam question from LPI's 102-500
Question #: 108
Topic #: 1
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How can a specific user be prevented from scheduling tasks with at?

  • A. By adding the specific user to the /etc/at.allow file.
  • B. By adding the specific user to the [deny] section in the /etc/atd.conf file.
  • C. By adding the specific user to the nojobs group.
  • D. By adding the specific user to the /etc/at.deny file.
  • E. By executing the atd --deny [user] command.
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drliu1202
4 months ago
Selected Answer: D
Configure Access to Job Scheduling Authorization for ordinary users to schedule at jobs is determined by the /etc/at.allow and /etc/at.deny files. If /etc/at.allow exists, only non-root users listed within it can schedule at jobs. If /etc/at.allow does not exist but /etc/at.deny exists, only non-root users listed within it cannot schedule at jobs (in this case an empty /etc/at.deny file means that each user is allowed to schedule at jobs). If neither of these files exist, the user’s access to at job scheduling depends on the distribution used. https://learning.lpi.org/en/learning-materials/102-500/107/107.2/107.2_02/
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