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Change global user account defaults

Change global user account defaults: Linux: User and Group Management
Change global user account defaults: Linux: User and Group Management

When creating a user, the passwd command inserts values for user ID, group ID, password aging, and default group. The defaults settings are stored in /etc/login.defs. Editing this file will change all newly created users.

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Network Administration IT Operating Systems Linux

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