sudo for windows

In Linux Super User Do or simply SUDO, refers to the privilege for the users equal to the root of the system. That means a user with sudo power can perform any task in the system like the ROOT user. Sudo is a very powerful command and it can be dangerous if any users added in this group have bad intentions. Therefore in Linux users are not added in SUDO until and unless they are important for the system.

Like this in windows, we have  Sudo for Windows (sudowin), which allows only authorized users to run the commands in the system and this software is almost like the sudo package in Linux and user can use their own password for the authentication process.

Sudo for windows


Anup Chhetri

IT system administrator

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