Let me preface this by saying that I am a bit of a Linux newbie. So, situation is, I have joined a Ubuntu server to a local Active Directory domain. This appears to have been successful since I can use an active directory user to login to the machine.
I have also edited the
sudoers file with the
$linux_admin_group (all) all priveleges.
When I run sudo -l for this particular user, i get
User xxxxx may run the following commands on ip-172xxxx: (All) ALL
But, when I try to run any
sudo restart tomcat or
sudo nano xxx I get prompted for a password and receive the message
Sorry, user xxxx is not allowed to execute '/xxx ' as root on IP172....
What step am I missing as to be able to use these specified active directory group users as having 'admin' rights on this Ubuntu server?