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NAME

       semanage-user - SELinux Policy Management SELinux User mapping tool

SYNOPSIS

       semanage  user  [-h]  [-n]  [-N] [-S STORE] [ --add ( -L LEVEL -R ROLES -r RANGE SEUSER) |
       --delete SEUSER | --deleteall | --extract | --list [-C] | --modify ( -L LEVEL -R ROLES  -r
       RANGE SEUSER ) ]

DESCRIPTION

       semanage  is  used  to  configure  certain  elements  of  SELinux policy without requiring
       modification to or recompilation from policy sources.  semanage user controls the  mapping
       between an SELinux User and the roles and MLS/MCS levels.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -n, --noheading
              Do not print heading when listing the specified object type

       -N, --noreload
              Do not reload policy after commit

       -S STORE, --store STORE
              Select an alternate SELinux Policy Store to manage

       -C, --locallist
              List local customizations

       -a, --add
              Add a record of the specified object type

       -d, --delete
              Delete a record of the specified object type

       -m, --modify
              Modify a record of the specified object type

       -l, --list
              List records of the specified object type

       -E, --extract
              Extract customizable commands, for use within a transaction

       -D, --deleteall
              Remove all local customizations

       -L LEVEL, --level LEVEL
              Default SELinux Level for SELinux user, s0 Default. (MLS/MCS Systems only)

       -r RANGE, --range RANGE
              MLS/MCS  Security  Range  (MLS/MCS  Systems  only)  SELinux Range for SELinux login
              mapping defaults to the SELinux user record range. SELinux Range for  SELinux  user
              defaults to s0.

       -R [ROLES], --roles [ROLES]
              SELinux  Roles.  You must enclose multiple roles within quotes, separate by spaces.
              Or specify -R multiple times.

EXAMPLE

       List SELinux users
       # semanage user -l
       Modify groups for staff_u user
       # semanage user -m -R "system_r unconfined_r staff_r" staff_u
       Add level for TopSecret Users
       # semanage user -a -R "staff_r" -rs0-TopSecret topsecret_u

SEE ALSO

       selinux(8), semanage(8), semanage-login(8)

AUTHOR

       This man page was written by Daniel Walsh <dwalsh@redhat.com>

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