Settings > User accounts in groups > Access Level.Select full access or
site access. You can only give access to one site as far as I know. If
you need to give more access then you need to select full access. After
that, under privileges tab, modify ...
I am not sure what is getting broken by running commands as root.
Because root can do anything which user can do. For instance if you copy
file with root to ~/Desktop, obviously it does not copy where you
wanted. You can just get the logged in user l...
I think easiest way to do is, create a policy with login trigger for
that computers to make user standard. so user can login as admin but
policy can turn them into standard. I haven't tested but in theory
should work. loggedInUser=$(last | awk '/cons...