Rule Check: Home Directory Files Owned by Correct User
The Home Directory Files Owned by Correct User check the home directory of the specified user or users to verify that all files in each user's home directory are owned by that user. The check fails for any specified user whose home directory contains any files not owned by the user.
The check is indeterminate for any user whose account does not exist, or who has no defined home directory, or whose defined home directory does not actually exist.
Note: The search is recursive, including all subdirectories of the home directory. All files, including device files and fifos, are checked. Symlinks are examined for ownership but their targets are not examined. Information is returned only on files that fail the check, and only on the first 1000 failures in each home directory.
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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