To allow users other than root to execute dhcpconfig, dhtadm, and pntadm commands without first becoming superuser, you must set up role-based access control (RBAC) for those commands. RBAC enables you to more precisely define which users can perform which tasks on the system. See rbac(5), exec_attr(4), and user_attr(4) man pages for more information.
The following procedure explains how to assign a user the DHCP Management profile, which enables the user to execute the DHCP commands.
Become superuser on the DHCP server system.
Edit the file /etc/user_attr to add an entry of the following form for each user you want to be able to manage the DHCP service:
For example, for user ram, add the following entry: