Manage Sudo Group Users
Valid for versions 100 through the latest version
Last modified: July 28, 2022
This interface allows you to manage the sudo group’s membership. The system grants users in the sudo group the permission to execute the
su command, which allows a user to gain
root or superuser access.
This interface does not grant users permission to run the
sudocommand. To grant users permission to execute the
sudocommand, open the
/etc/sudoersfile and uncomment the following line:
%sudo ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
We strongly suggest that you use the
visudocommand to open the
visudocommand opens the
/etc/sudoersfile in a text editor and validates the file’s syntax when you save your changes. For more information about the
visudocommand, read sudo.ws’s Visudo Manual documentation.
This interface changes to Manage Wheel Group Users for any server not using Ubuntu for its operating system.
Manage sudo group users
To add a user to the sudo group, perform the following steps:
Select the desired user from the Add a user to the sudo group menu.
Click Add to Group.
To remove a user from the sudo group, perform the following steps:
Select the appropriate user from the Remove a user from the sudo group menu.
Click Remove from Group.