I'm testing out Ubuntu Landscape, but the only client I have available to me is only accessible via SSH. I've tried locking the user on it as described in the documentation, but when that's finished I can still SSH into the user just fine. I noticed the
sudo command doesn't work on the "locked" user, however.
My questions are, what is the scope on the Landscape user lock, what does it look like when a locked user tries to log in, and is there a way to make it so that the lock targets SSH as well besides simply disabling SSH?