In Unix, many of the commands are specific to ROOT(admin) User, for
example "useradd" lets say..
Even though, the permissions for others (using chmod) can be changed so
that this particular command be executed from other users, you would
not be able to successfully execute the command..
[deepaknis_server deepak]$ ls -l /usr/sbin/useradd
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 52168 Mar 28 2002
[deepaknis_server deepak]$ useradd hello
useradd: unable to lock password file
Can you perform a single step operation ( from the Admin user login)
such that these commands (let's start with useradd) be able to be
successfully executed from ...