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Command execution

Enabling script and command execution is not global and it is not an either/or decision. You can control which commands are allowed and which are not on a fine-grained level. See the example below.
[remote-commands]
## Enable or disable execution of remote commands sent by server.
## Defaults: true
#enabled = true
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## Limit the maximum length of the command output that is sent back to server.
## Applies to the stdout and stderr separately.
## If exceeded {send_back_limit} bytes are sent.
## Defaults: 2048
#send_back_limit = 2048
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## Allow commands matching the following regular expressions.
## The filter is applied to the command sent. Full path must be used.
## See {order} parameter for more details how it's applied together with {deny}.
## Defaults: ['^/usr/bin/.*','^/usr/local/bin/.*','^C:\\Windows\\System32\\.*']
#allow = ['^/usr/bin/.*','^/usr/local/bin/.*','^C:\\Windows\\System32\\.*']
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## Deny commands matching one of the following regular expressions.
## The filter is applied to the command sent. Full path must be used.
## See {order} parameter for more details how it's applied together with {allow}.
## With the below default filter only single commands are allowed.
## Defaults: ['(\||<|>|;|,|\n|&)']
#deny = ['(\||<|>|;|,|\n|&)']
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## Order: ['allow','deny'] or ['deny','allow']. Order of which filter is applied first.
## Defaults: ['allow','deny']
##
## order: ['allow','deny']
## First, all allow directives are evaluated; at least one must match, or the command is rejected.
## Next, all deny directives are evaluated. If any matches, the command is rejected.
## Last, any commands which do not match an allow or a deny directive are denied by default.
## Example:
## allow: ['^/usr/bin/.*']
## deny: ['^/usr/bin/zip']
## All commands in /usr/bin except '/usr/bin/zip' can be executed. Full path must be used.
##
## order: ['deny','allow']
## First, all deny directives are evaluated; if any match,
## the command is denied UNLESS it also matches an allow directive.
## Any command which do not match any allow or deny directives are permitted.
## Example:
## deny: ['.*']
## allow: ['zip$']
## All commands are denied except those ending in zip.
##
#order = ['allow','deny']