Hi all,I'm using fedora directory server as authentication server for my network. I'veconfigured the environment so that linux gets users and groups information from the ldap... [by batstru]
on 04/02/2010 – Made popular on 04/02/2010
Facing errors during GNOME 3 login using LDAP Client authentication in Fedora 17 i386. configured ldap authentication using authconfig-tui. also modified /etc/sysconfig/authconfig FORCELEGACY=yes parameter to disable TLS .
We are looking at using Tivoli Directory Server (LDAP) or Active Directory 2003 for authentication. I wanted to get some feedback from the community. Our goal is to do it the simplest, easiest, and cheapest way that allows for centralized user authentication. We are mainly an AIX environment with some Red Hat and Suze mixed in.
Can someone point me to an up-to-date instruction for setting up an ldap server (via 389 I think) and then building a couple of more systems using the new resources during the build?
It will be small with only a couple of users/groups and OUs for testing.
I've almost got my AD integration working completely on my OpenSUSE 12.1 server. I have a OpenSUSE 11.4 system successfully integrated into our AD environment. (Meaning, we use ldap to authenticate to AD directory via kerberos, so we can login to our *nix systems via AD users, using name service caching daemon to cache our passwords and groups).
I'm trying to set up our websites to only allow access from users in certain AD groups using windows authentication but i can't seem to make it work. I've tried using IIS's authorization and restricting it to those groups only, but i don't have access from users that are in those groups.