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FAQ: Does DRA require privileged user access?

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Does DRA require privileged user access?

 

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Disaster Recovery Advisor mainly uses non-privileged queries and commands that do not require any administrative rights. There are a small number of read-only queries and commands that do require root privileges on UNIX. For these, Symantec recommends using privilege control software, such as sudo, PowerBroker, super, and others.

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Disaster Recovery Advisor mainly uses non-privileged queries and commands that do not require any administrative rights. There are a small number of read-only queries and commands that do require root privileges on UNIX. For these, Symantec recommends using privilege control software, such as sudo, PowerBroker, super, and others.

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