Case Scenario As the Linux Administrator for fast-growing company, you have been tasked with creating, modifying, and removing user accounts from the Linux server. The company has just hired 9 new employees to fill 3 newly designed departments.ÿThe departments that have been created are Engineering, Sales and IS.ÿThe server must be setup with the appropriate files, folders, users, groups and permissions to ensure a successful launch of the newly designed departments.ÿObjectivesCreate a directory at the root (/) of the file system for each department. This name should reflect the department name that will use the directory.Create a group for each department. This name should reflect the department name that the group will be assigned.ÿCreate an administrative user for each of the departments.The user will have a Bash login shellThe user will belong to the respective group for each department. This will need to be the user’s primary group. Create two additional users for each department. The users will have a Bash login shell.The users will belong to their respective group for each department. This will need to be the user’s primary group.For security reasons, the following modifications will need to be made to each of the departments’ respective directories:Ensure that the owner of each of the directories is the department administrator and the group ownership is the group for each department. The department administrator will have full access to their respective department directories. Ensure that only the owner of a file in the department’s directory can delete the file. The user will also have ownership of their respective department folders.ÿNormal users in each department will have full access (Read, Write and Execute) to their respective department folders.The department folders will ONLY be accessible by users/administrators in each of the respective departments. Ensure that no one else will have permissions to the folders.ÿÿÿCreate a document in each of the department directories. The ownerships on this file will be the same as the directory it is located in. The document should contain only one line of text that states, “This file contains confidential information for the department.” This file can be read by any user in the department, but can only be modified by the department administrator. No one else has permissions to this file.ÿCurriculum ResourcesModule 6 – Working with Files and DirectoriesModule 13 – System and User SecurityModule 14 – Create a New UserModule 15 – Ownership and PermissionsModule 16 – Securing Permissions, Links, and File LocationsDeliverablesUse the appropriate command to verify each user and group has been created.Use the appropriate command to verify each user’s group assignment. Use the appropriate command to verify the directory creation and the permission settings.Use the appropriate command to verify the files are created in their respective directories.

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