Force dzdo to set HOME environment variable when runs with ‘-s’ option

Specify whether privileged commands run with dzdo using the -s command line option should set the HOME environment variable to the home directory of the target user (which is root by default).

If you set this group policy to Not configured or Disabled, the dzdo program does not set the HOME environment variable.

If you set this group policy to Enabled, the dzdo program sets the HOME environment variable.

This group policy provides functionality equivalent to setting the set_home flag for configuring sudo operation.

This group policy modifies the dzdo.set_home setting in the agent configuration file.