When running vgptool apply, it's appears that group policy is trying to update the files in the sudoers.d directory. Modifying /etc/sudoers.d/, One of the specified sudoers entries is illegal
When running vgptool apply, it's appears that group policy is trying to update the files in the sudoers.d directory.
For example the something similar to the following might be seen in vgptool apply output:
Modifying /etc/sudoers.d/sudofile file
CSE: One of the specified sudoers entries is illegal in the sudoers grammar. Please determine which entry it is and remove it. Modifications to the sudoers file by Group Policy have been canceled and removed.
Authentication Services Group Policy does not have the ability to configure sudoers.d files in Group Policy Management settings however it does use visudo on the client side and visudo will check sudoers.d files for errors.
Bad syntax in sudoers.d file.
If this messages is seen, as per the message, check that there are no bad entries in the specified sudoers.d files.