Default PAM access rights

For Linux and UNIX computers, the following predefined PAM access rights are available:

  • login-all grants access to all PAM-enabled applications by specifying the asterisk (*) wild card for the application name. This right is included in the predefined UNIX Login role. You can add this right to any custom role to grant access to all PAM applications, such as login, ftp, ssh, telnet, and many others, without specifying them individually.
  • ssh grants access to secure shell sessions on Debian and Ubuntu 6 and 7 computers. By default, this access right grants users access to all secure shell applications and operations.
  • sshd grants access to secure shell sessions on all Linux and UNIX computers except Debian and Ubuntu 6 and 7 computers. By default, this access right grants users access to all secure shell applications and operations.