Rule Check: Home Directory Exists
The Home Directory Exists check verifies whether the specified user or users each has a home directory. The check passes for a user if (1) the user has a home directory specified in
/etc/passwd, and (2) the directory exists. The check is indeterminate for any specified user whose account does not exist.
The list of names to check. This is a single account name, or a comma-delimited list of account names (maximum length = 255 characters), or the keyword ALL (must be capitalized - "all" is treated as a username). The UID cannot be used. Wildcards are not supported. Extra spaces are ignored. All usernames are case-sensitive.
Use the NOT operator to specify that all users except the specified ones should be checked.
Some valid examples are:
Some examples that will not work:
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