Editing a User Account
When editing a User Account, you might want to expose different shell’s to the users that you create. You can do this on an individual user’s account within the dashboard.
Below is an image in which shows you what it looks like in the Dashboard.
Here’s the options when changing the Shell;
1. Sudo – (grants the user sudo privs – minus – being an admin. Adding as an admin has the same effect with the addition they can operate more of the dashboard features and manage users.)
2. Full – (grants the user access to the
/bin/bash environment – minus – sudo privs)
3. Limited – (the default group for sub-users. This is the limited shell)