Security is an important aspect of the IBM AIX operating system. Follow along with this quick reference guide on AIX user security commands to learn more.
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AIX provides a vast array of commands to handle user and group management. This article discusses some of these core security commands and provides a list that you can use as a ready reference. The behavior of these commands should be identical in all releases of AIX.
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