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RE: Win2000 PDC Authentication and Authorization



I'd like to authenticate/authorize against Win2000 Server PDC so there is one login/password instead of the users currently having separate login/passwords: one for Windows, and one for Linux.  I assume the users use the same password for both the Windows and Linux, but I'd like to have accounts for Windows and Linux centrally managed, using the PDC.

I read something about Winbind for NT PDCs.  Is there an upgrade for Win2000?  Is this what I'm looking for?

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony den Haan [mailto:tony@tuxick.net]
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 9:36 AM
To: 'pam-list@redhat.com'
Subject: Re: Win2000 PDC Authentication and Authorization



On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Whitmore Matthew E NPRI wrote:

> New to using PAM.  Read and understand using openLDAP for authentication and authorization.  Win2000/XP's Active Directory is Microsoft's implementation of LDAP.  Is there a way to use a Win2000 Server PDC to authenticate and authorize on RH Linux (planning upgrade to RH 8.0).  Would appreciate any help.
>  
i think you'd better look at pam_smb instead, even though pam_ldap might
work.
either way: yes, RH supports PAM, so the question is: "is there a PAM
module that can authenticat against winXX"

tony




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