Changing user login groups
select a user name, then select
Use the Change Group Membership button
to change the value in the ``Login Group'' field.
The login group is the default group to which the user belongs.
Files and directories created by the user are owned by this group.
Users can temporarily change their login group using the
If you add a user to a group that does not exist, you are given
the opportunity to create it. When a user's login group is set
this way, the group will not be added to the ``Member of''
column. This is normal.
To change the system default login group, select
Options User Defaults.
Changing default values may compromise systemwide security parameters
set by the SCOadmin Security Manager.
Changing a user's group membership
Changing ownership of files with an obsolete UID/GID
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004