May I assume that this is one of your unacked/unnacked checks? I'm going
to read through the list carefully to hopefully uncover any others you
may have been referencing in the concall this morning.
I apologize that I didn't respond to this patch when you first posted
it, because I have been aware of this problem as a Linux system
administrator. GDM requires certain GConf settings to be stored inside
its user's home directory. When I tested your revised instructions just
now, GDM did not read the changes, and the user list was not disabled.
So in this particular case, I have to NACK this patch. If you saw
different behavior on your machine, please let me know and I can try to
work out why that might be.
There is a /var/lib/gdm/.gconf.mandatory directory which might fulfill
your requirement. I've tested the following, and this command will
disable the user list:
sudo gconftool-2 --direct --config-source
xml:readwrite:/var/lib/gdm/.gconf.mandatory --type bool --set
This command writes to /var/lib/gdm/.gconf.mandatory/%gconf-tree.xml.
Otherwise, I can write an oval check that matches the original XCCDF
prose, which I can also confirm does work on our operational network.
Please let me know which way you think we should go on this. I think we
can get a very quick turnaround on this.
- Maura Dailey
On 01/13/2014 10:11 AM, Steinke, Leland J Sr CTR DISA FSO (US) wrote:
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> Leland J Sr CTR DISA FSO (US)
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> Subject: [PATCH] update disable_user_list check and fix and add OVAL
> This patch includes OVAL for the disable_user_list Rule. It also
> updates the check and fix to look at the same thing.
> Leland Steinke, Security+
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