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keylogin [-r ]

Solaris only. Prompt user for a password, then use it to decrypt the person's secret key. This key is used by secure network services (e.g., Secure NFS, NIS+). keylogin is needed only if the user isn't prompted for a password when logging in. The -r option updates /etc/.rootkey . Only a privileged user may use this option. See also chkey and keylogout .


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