Managed servers on which the Solaris operating system has been deployed by N1 System Manager have a user account named n1gc. The n1gc user account is no longer needed and should be removed. Removal of the n1gc user account does not affect N1 System Manager 1.3 functionality.
The method used for removal of the n1gc user account depends on whether base management is enabled for the managed server.
If base management is enabled, remove the n1gc user account as follows from. the N1 System Manager command line:
For a single managed server, type:
start server server command "/usr/sbin/userdel n1gc"
For a group of managed servers, type:
start group groupip command "/usr/sbin/userdel n1gc"
For information about the base management feature, see Adding and Upgrading Base Management and OS Monitoring Features in Sun N1 System Manager 1.3 Discovery and Administration Guide
If base management is not enabled, refer to your operating system documentation for user account removal procedures.