Set SELinux enforcing mode with Ansible

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Set SELinux enforcing mode with Ansible

Use Ansible to set SELinux to enforcing mode on your managed nodes.
Joerg Kastning
Tue, 7/13/2021 at 4:41pm

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It’s recommended to ensure that Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is running in enforcing mode on all your systems. However, some people in your organization may set it to permissive mode (or worse, disabled) rather than troubleshooting and fixing issues.

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