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Basically you can control who can access the database by creating netowrk based rules.1 person found this helpful
Check this out for more info. http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/SQL*Net_FAQ
Many thanks, but i still can't see how can i securize the OS from some users.
again, many thanks! ^^
you can not secure the OS using oracle. As a DBA I assume your responsiblities would be to restrict the access to database. You can control many logon parameters using the fine grain auditing. Search for "fine grain auditing on oracle". You should find more information about what you are looking for.1 person found this helpful
finally the solution was another.
The point was creating a client user with another group (not oinstall) so as those users couldn't rm files/dirs of oracle or messing around the oracle software ... i wasn't able to see it, i was too nervous :-s
many thanks for your posts rkrishna ^^. If i need to securize database i have something to start with :-D.
Nicolas, This one of the steps we use to secure our peoplesoft environment. We restrict access to the db from our appservers and process schedulers using fine grain auditing. You are right, maybe someone in the dba group might be able to help her better.