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 Single Sign-on for Linux

Overview of how to set up a single sign-on system under Linux.

"So you want a corporate directory, but you don't have a corporate budget. You want to reap the benefits of single sign-on, the ease of administration for yourself and the ease of use for your users. If you want all this, plus a secure and unified authorization and identity management system, read on. I'll start you down the path to sysadmin nirvana. In this series of articles, I'll show you how to build on pieces you may already have in place, add new pieces and make them all work together. Everything from the authentication servers, to mail delivery, to client integration (including Windows and OS X) will be discussed. We have a lot to cover, so let's get started!"
Paranoid Penguin - Single Sign-on and the Corporate Directory, Part I | Linux Journal

 (Submitted by Noel Sat Oct 29, 2005 )


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