The following table lists files and directories installed on your system.
|Directories and files||Description||Created by|
|/opt/quest/qpm4u||Install directory containing readme, default trial license file, examples directory, templates, etc.||INSTALL|
|/etc/opt/quest/qpm4u/pm.settings||Configuration file for Privilege Manager component communications.||CONFIG|
|/etc/opt/quest/qpm4u/policy/pm.conf||Default production policy file when using the pmpolicy policy type.||CONFIG|
|/etc/opt/quest/qpm4u/policies||Default production policy framework directory when using the pmpolicy type.||CONFIG|
|/etc/opt/quest/qpm4u/policies/sudoers||Default production policy file for the sudo policy type.||CONFIG|
Install directory containing the binaries for user programs, such as pmrun, pmksh and pmvi.
NOTE: These user programs only apply to Privilege Manager for Unix.
|/opt/quest/sbin||Install directory containing the binaries for admin programs, such as pmlog and pmreplay.||INSTALL|
|/opt/quest/lib||Install directory for shared libraries||INSTALL|
|/opt/quest/libexec||Install directory for dynamically loaded objects.||INSTALL|
|/opt/quest/man||This directory contains all the man pages for Privilege Manager daemons and programs.||INSTALL|
This directory contains useful programs, scripts, or examples which show how to use Privilege Manager for Unix. It also contains a sample configuration file which you can use as a template for implementing your own policies.
NOTE: These scripts and examples only apply to Privilege Manager for Unix.
|/opt/quest/qpm4u/license||This file contains the license information (policy server only). For information about updating license information, see pmlicense.||INSTALL|
|/opt/quest/qpm4u/qpm4u_eula.txt||This file contains the End User License Agreement for the Privilege Manager product.||INSTALL|
|/opt/quest/qpm4u/README. <architecture>||This file contains the latest information about your version of Privilege Manager.||INSTALL|
|/var/opt/quest/qpm4u/iolog||This directory contains the keystroke logs.||EVENTDATA|
|/var/opt/quest/qpm4u/pmevents.db||This file contains the event logs.||EVENTDATA|
Sudo Plugin supports all sudo command options except those listed in the following tables:
|-a <type>||Uses the specified authentication type.|
|-c <class>||Runs the specified command with resources limited by the specified login class.|
|-ll||Lists allowed commands in long format.|
Causes security context to have specified role.
SELinux RBAC is not supported.
|-t <type>||Causes security context to have specified type.|
|-k and -K||These flags only remove the user’s credentials within the cache.|
|env_file||When in "offline policy evaluation" mode, this option only works if the file is present on the off-line host.|
|fqdn||Normally, when a policy has this flag enabled, sudo resolves host names on the policy server. However, when in off-line mode, sudo resolves host names from the policy cache server, which may produce different results.|
|group_plugin||When in "off-line policy evaluation" mode, this option only works if the off-line host has group_plugin in the same path as the primary/secondary server.|
|lecture_file||When in "off-line policy evaluation" mode, this option only works if the file is present on the off-line host.|
|logfile||When in "off-line policy evaluation" mode, this option only works if the file is present on the off-line host.|
|mailerpath||When in "off-line policy evaluation" mode, this option only works if the file is present on the off-line host.|
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