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Defining Access using Linux Groups

In the last few lectures we walked you through the process of defining the access levels of a user but in many cases when you have a lot of users you would want all users to have the same access levels. The easiest way to accomplish this task is by creating a group and then assigning users to that group. The first step of deigning the access level of a group is very similar to the way we did it in the last lesson using visudu (we will see it in the video above). Followed by adding the user into the group:

usermod -a -G wheel GROUPNAME
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