Should I create a separate group for each users to grant access for the specific directory? [closed]

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I want to add six new users in Linux environment with specific folder access.

I have created an user and separate group and added the user to the group. Also I have configured in sshd_config file with chroot directory path. Each user should access only their specific directory and not visible for others.

So my question is, Should I want to create separate groups for each users? or Can I able to add more than one users with individual folder access in one group?

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closed as too broad by G-Man, roaima, Thomas, Jeff Schaller, Romeo Ninov Nov 29 at 13:21

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  • This depends on your business requirements. You’ve specified chroot for SSH so there’s clearly something very special going on here that you haven’t told us.
    – roaima
    Nov 29 at 8:35

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I want to add six new users in Linux environment with specific folder access.

I have created an user and separate group and added the user to the group. Also I have configured in sshd_config file with chroot directory path. Each user should access only their specific directory and not visible for others.

So my question is, Should I want to create separate groups for each users? or Can I able to add more than one users with individual folder access in one group?

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closed as too broad by G-Man, roaima, Thomas, Jeff Schaller, Romeo Ninov Nov 29 at 13:21

Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

  • This depends on your business requirements. You’ve specified chroot for SSH so there’s clearly something very special going on here that you haven’t told us.
    – roaima
    Nov 29 at 8:35

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up vote
0
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I want to add six new users in Linux environment with specific folder access.

I have created an user and separate group and added the user to the group. Also I have configured in sshd_config file with chroot directory path. Each user should access only their specific directory and not visible for others.

So my question is, Should I want to create separate groups for each users? or Can I able to add more than one users with individual folder access in one group?

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I want to add six new users in Linux environment with specific folder access.

I have created an user and separate group and added the user to the group. Also I have configured in sshd_config file with chroot directory path. Each user should access only their specific directory and not visible for others.

So my question is, Should I want to create separate groups for each users? or Can I able to add more than one users with individual folder access in one group?

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asked Nov 29 at 7:08

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closed as too broad by G-Man, roaima, Thomas, Jeff Schaller, Romeo Ninov Nov 29 at 13:21

Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

closed as too broad by G-Man, roaima, Thomas, Jeff Schaller, Romeo Ninov Nov 29 at 13:21

Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

  • This depends on your business requirements. You’ve specified chroot for SSH so there’s clearly something very special going on here that you haven’t told us.
    – roaima
    Nov 29 at 8:35

  • This depends on your business requirements. You’ve specified chroot for SSH so there’s clearly something very special going on here that you haven’t told us.
    – roaima
    Nov 29 at 8:35

This depends on your business requirements. You’ve specified chroot for SSH so there’s clearly something very special going on here that you haven’t told us.
– roaima
Nov 29 at 8:35

This depends on your business requirements. You’ve specified chroot for SSH so there’s clearly something very special going on here that you haven’t told us.
– roaima
Nov 29 at 8:35

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