One Key File for Many Users

Jason Hellenthal jhellenthal at
Thu Apr 10 22:14:11 UTC 2014

Have the system login scripts fire up rsync and sync the proper file over to the users home directory. Why make it harder on yourself than it needs to be.

Assuming you have a profile.d directory create a & .csh

Good luck. 

 Jason Hellenthal

> On Apr 10, 2014, at 16:33, "Martin G. McCormick" <martin at> wrote:
>    One way to allow account-holders on a system to be able
> to do nsupdates is to place the keys in each user's directory but this
> makes changing the keys later a laborious task. 
> Is there a proper way to create links to one key that will
> produce the same effect?
>    I seem to recall trying something like that some time
> ago and having the updates fail because the key referenced was a
> link.
> Thank you.
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