Commands included with the Centrify Client for Linux

Note:   For an updated list of commands, please see Using Centrify Client commands.

The client package includes the following command-line programs:

  • cdebug: Enables you to capture detailed diagnostic information in a log file. You can configure the level of detail recorded in the file. You must have root permission to run this command.
  • cdelaccount: Enables you to remove a privileged account from the Privileged Access Service. To run this command, you must have root permission and you must have registered the computer in the Privileged Access Service using the cenroll command.
  • cdiag: Enables you to diagnose client operations, such as the connection between the client and the Centrify Privileged Access Service platform and whether a system is properly configured when corresponding features are enabled. You must have root permission to run this command.
  • cedit: Enables you to retrieve the value of a configuration parameter, including one(s) that are not explicitly set.

  • cenroll: Enables you to register a computer in the Privileged Access Service for authentication and privilege management. You must have root permission to run this command.
  • cflush: Enables you to expire objects in the client cache. To run this command, you must have root permission.
  • cgetaccount: Enables you to retrieve the password for an account from the Privileged Access Service. To run this command, you must have root permission.
  • cinfo: Displays registration information about the local computer including the Privileged Access Service instance where the computer is registered, the name of the service users and the system stored in the Privileged Access Service, and the name of the user or role designated as the owner of the system.
  • creload: Reloads configuration settings for the Centrify client from the centrifycc.conf file. To run this command, you must have root permission and you must have registered the computer using the cenroll command or a script.
  • crotatepasswd:Rotates the password for an account in the Privileged Access Service and associates with the currently registered computer. To run this command, you must have root permission. Additionally, the service account associated with the Centrify system must also have rotate permission for the target account in the Centrify Infrastructure Services.
  • csetaccount: Sets the password for an account in the Privileged Access Service and associates it with a currently registered computer. To run this command, you must have root permission and you must have registered the computer using the cenroll command or a script.
  • cunenroll: Enables you to unregister a computer from the Privileged Access Service. You must have root permission to run this command.