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Old 11th March 2008, 14:35
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Question system-groups and -users

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i am looking for a way to handle systemusers and groups without interaction from ISPconfig and without loosing already active users at every ISPconfig-cronjob .. i know that i can protect users by placing them into /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/users .. but how can i protect systemgroups ?? .. if there is no ispconfig-native solution i will need to configure cfengine - which i dont prefer.

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Old 12th March 2008, 19:26
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Users and groups created by ISPConfig have UIDs/GIDs >= 10000. So if you use smaller IDs, you avoid problems.
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