Using configuration parameters and group policies

You can use local configuration parameters or applied group policies to manage many operations for users and groups on Linux and UNIX computers. For example, you can use configuration parameters or group policies to bypass Active Directory authentication for specific users or to allow some users or groups to be approved for prevalidation. For more information about working with group policies, see the Group Policy Guide. For more information about setting parameters in the Centrify configuration file, see the Configuration and Tuning Reference Guide.