Virtual groups

Every user on a UNIX-based system has a user ID and a group ID. UNIX-based systems use these IDs to set process and file permissions. You can define certain groups as virtual users. Any user who is a member of a virtual group becomes a virtual user whether or not they are included in the virtual password file.

Configure virtual groups on SecureTransport Server only.

For how-to instructions for managing virtual groups, refer to Manage virtual groups on page 1.

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