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Unable to read the file via remoteaccess with service account Cortex XSOAR ID: 4893410215349833399

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Unable to read the file via remote access with service account Cortex XSOAR ID: 4893410215349833399 We created a service account with /usr/sbin/nologin in /etc/passwd but was unable to read the file in /home directory. However, we managed to read it upon changing it to /bin/bash in the said file. Kindly advise if we can read/write the file in UNIX server using the service account.

 

Running a ssh command with 'ls' using the integration https://cortex.marketplace.pan.dev/marketplace/details/RemoteAccess/ 

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If I understand correctly, nologin is essentially making the user's account disabled and prevents them from logging in. https://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bionic/man5/nologin.5.html The account you use with this integration would need to be able to ssh in. If you would try to ssh into the user account you created with /usr/sbin/nologin, I would expect you couldn't login. 

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Hi @assubramania, I think this might be an OS permission issue. Not sure we can help with that here. I would circle back with your Linux admin for recommendation on the service account.  

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L0 Member

If I understand correctly, nologin is essentially making the user's account disabled and prevents them from logging in. https://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bionic/man5/nologin.5.html The account you use with this integration would need to be able to ssh in. If you would try to ssh into the user account you created with /usr/sbin/nologin, I would expect you couldn't login. 

L5 Sessionator

Hi @assubramania, I think this might be an OS permission issue. Not sure we can help with that here. I would circle back with your Linux admin for recommendation on the service account.  

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