[CentOS] vnc for non-root
neil at JAMMConsulting.com
Wed Oct 28 14:04:08 UTC 2009
You can set the machine up to use VNC for the
Then, give the person a normal login which they will
use to login to the machine from the console interface.
Basically, it will be just like they are sitting at
the machine a logging in with a user account.
I would also require the VNC to be tunneled through
SSH for encryption since VNC does not do that internally.
Neil Aggarwal, (281)846-8957, http://www.JAMMConsulting.com
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> At work I've been asked to set up vnc for a remote user (a vendor
> sysadmin to install 3d party software we've purchased). Of
> course I'm a
> bit skittish about allowing root access to this. Is there a way to
> configure vnc so that root cannot log in through it...? Or
> do I have to
> use some other utility to deny root access (e.g., securetty).
> Thanks, folks.
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