Using command rights in a standard shell
After command rights have been defined, added to role definitions, and assigned, users can execute privileged commands in a standard shell environment by invoking the dzdo command then typing the command to execute, including any command-line options they are allowed to use.
For example, assume you have defines a command right for shutdown -r that enables users to execute the command as the root user. If you add that right to a role definition—such as the UNIX Login role—that allows users to log on using a standard shell environment, users assigned to that role can execute the command by typing the following:
dzdo shutdown -r