What is the role of system users? The system role determines which set of permissions apply to the system user. The system user type classifies the account within your system. You can only create system roles that have the same rank or lower than the system role of your own system user account.
What is system user in Linux? System Users mostly run system services and processes in the background also known as non-interactive processes. System Users doesn’t own home directory. We can find all the created users details in /etc/passwd file and all active groups details in /etc/group file.
What is the difference between system account and user account? A local system account is a user account that is created by an operating system during installation and that is used for operating system-defined purposes. System accounts often have pre-defined user IDs (e.g. the root account in Linux.) The distinction between system accounts and service accounts is sometimes blurred.
How do you create a system user?
- Go to CRX Explorer.
- Click on User Administration.
- Click on Create system User from Top Bar. UserId- testSystemUser (User Id of system user you want to assign) Intermediate Path – /home/users/systemNote:- Path where you want to store system user.