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Add support for `lock root account` and `allow root ssh login with password`

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      Description of problem:
      Anaconda added option to "Allow root SSH login with password" into GUI to circumvent default change in the SSH. As the `scap-security-guide` profiles in many cases require `PermitRootLogin no`, we are directly countering this option. Given the paradigm that whatever is configured by Anaconda is integrated as a special Anaconda-based check, we need it as well.

      Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
      2.0.0-8.el9

      How reproducible:
      reliably

      Steps to Reproduce:
      1. begin GUI installation of RHEL9
      2. select OSPP profile
      3. create root password, tick "allow root ssh login with password"
      4. start installation
      5. finish installation

      Actual results:
      no issue is encountered, /etc/ssh/sshd_config contains line
      PermitRootLogin no

      Expected results:
      Installation won't start, as there's conflict of requirements

      Additional info:
      Anaconda team plans to add kickstart support via Bug 2033849 into 9.1

            ekolesni Evgeny Kolesnikov
            mhaicman@redhat.com Marek Haicman
            Matej Tyc Matej Tyc
            Release Test Team Release Test Team
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