user backup permissions
Hello, I have used Linux in the past, although not extensively and not in a long time. I have 'grown up' primarily in a Windows Server environment and I have just been brought in to administer a network that has a Suse 9.2 PDC that also runs as a file server. The guy that ran this in the past is a little upset that I have been brought in above him, (understandably so), well the owner came to the conclusion that we need to remove his Administrative capabilities, but the owner would like him to still be able to perform backup functions, (not restore, just backup). How do I take away his root priviledges and still allow him to do this? We have two hotswap drives we use, and a tape drive that we use for backup functions. Is there anyway to allow him to perform this functions still, and take away his root priviledges?
Thanks so much,