How To Add A Sudo Account And Additionally Configure For No Password Prompt

Many operations in Linux require elevation. Using sudo, we can properly segment permission access to further protect our systems. Additionally, sudo provides an extra layer of control against inadvertent mistakes in configuration. Finally, using sudo allows you to disable direct root access but still allow for running privileged operations which is crucial for a properly secured system. In this video, Adam will demonstrate adding an unprivileged account to the sudo user group to allow for running elevated commands. Sometimes you may find that you need to allow the sudo command to run without prompting for a password using a trusted account, therefore we will also demonstrate how to configure the sudo enabled account to do so. Prerequisites include: None