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3answers
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REMOTE_USER variable without @DOMAIN suffix

I administer an application that enables single sign on with valid AD users and runs on IIS currently. For performance increase, I have a task to migrate the web layer to Apache/Php on Linux. I have ...
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0answers
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Generating XML SAML with signature using xmlsec1

I am trying generate XML SAML with signature to SSO, but I have a problem and I don't know what is wrong. I don't have experience with Linux. I generated privkey and cacert with lib openssl. Next ...
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1answer
172 views

Linux webfilter with LDAP SSO authentication

I'm looking for a self-made linux proxy/webfilter server and stumbled upon several products. (squidguard, dansguardian, ..) I found Privoxy the most appealing. Now I went searching on the internet for ...
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2answers
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SSSD Authentication

I just built a test server running OpenSuSE 12.1 and am trying to learn how configure sssd, but am not sure where to begin to look for why my config cannot allow me to authenticate. server:/etc/sssd ...
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1answer
114 views

Password Change - Linux Server + Windows Clients

I'm planning on setting up centralized authentication for a Samba file server, a VPN, Radius and Postfix using either LDAP or Kerberos. These services are going to be accessed by Windows clients. As ...
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1answer
443 views

single sign-on integrating SVN

I need to authenticate my windows users on to a Linux Server which will act as a primary authentication source. Users need to be authenticated and use their access to run SVN or Mercurial ( with ...
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2answers
678 views

Seamless single sign on between Windows and Linux

I have been messing with Services for unix 3.5 for two days now and I am getting nowhere fast. Let me explain our situation. We have several hundreds of Linux servers, and hundreds of windows ...
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2answers
262 views

What should I use for mixed environment authentication + SSO? [closed]

Our company runs mostly linux server but mostly windows clients. I'm looking for a solution that would allow all of our web applications to have a login portal (and once you're logged in you don't ...
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2answers
2k views

SSO solution and centralized user mgmt for about 10-30 Ubuntu machines?

I'm looking for a clean way to centralize user management. The setup: About 10-30 linux machines (Ubuntu 10.04 LTS server) Maybe 10-30 users for now. The requirements (hopes and expectations): A ...
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7answers
11k views

Can a Linux server serve as a Domain Controller for Windows Machines?

In a small office setup (5-6 employees) we have seven Windows XP and Windows Vista clients, as well as a couple of linux servers. Is it possible to set up a linux machine to act as the domain ...
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4answers
665 views

Single sign-on for a mixed-OS network

I am handling a mixed network of SCO Openserver, Slackware and Windows XP computers. Right now, the primary user accounts are kept on one SCO computer with usernames and passwords synchronized to the ...
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5answers
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How practical is it to authenticate a Linux server against AD?

We utilise both Windows and Linux server at our software development company. One of the friction points with this setup is that we don't have a single sign-on solution. Being more of a Microsoft ...