I wonder where it is set to block qsecofr by default? I can log in as an identical user. I do not see any of these entries: DenyUsers, AllowUsers, DenyGroups, AllowGroups
Oh, now I see it:
"The PermitRootLogin directive allows QSECOFR to login via SSH"

This OS must know that qsecofr is it's counterpart to root.

Rob Berendt

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