Using a computer-level override for the UNIX Login role
You can also create computer-level overrides for the UNIX Login or listed role, if needed. This is not typically part of the migration process. However, if your initial analysis identified a zone where overrides would be useful, you can include overrides in your migration plan. For example, assume you have a zone where most of the user profiles are common across a set of computers. If you import the UNIX profiles for that user population, you see that two users would have access to a UNIX computer where they previously did not have access. To preserve the existing access while migrating from the legacy environment, you can define the UNIX profile in the zone but control access for those two users with a computer-level override.