Re: open source user audit software ??
From: Michael Gale (michael.gale_at_bluesuperman.com)
Date: Wed, 03 Aug 2005 20:00:13 -0600 To: NewYork User <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for the links but I believe that IBM's software has the ability
to create accounts in Active Directory as well as on Linux machines ?
I am not 100% sure on that ... ideally we would like the following:
1. A new employee is starting
2. The PM for the new employee goes to our intra net site and fills out
a form requesting access for mail and lets say an account on our Linux
3. The request goes to IT
4. If the request is approved then the account is setup in AD and on the
Linux box automatically.
I was told that the IBM software does something to that affect ??
NewYork User wrote:
> I think you are looking to implement "Single Sign-on (SSO) Solution".
> IBM has 2 products Tivoli Identity Manager (TIM) and Tivoli Access
> Manager (TAM). If you are looking to implement Open Source Web SSO,
> SUN has recently donated the code to open source community. Take a
> look at the following sites.
> On 7/29/05, Michael Gale <email@example.com> wrote:
>>I believe that IBM has a product called Tivoli which has a component
>>that can do the following:
>>- A new employee is starting, the PM clicks the required access through
>>a web portal. Which then notifies each person required to make the
>>changes or accounts, plus could make the accounts if allowed.
>>It will provide an audit trail of who requested the access and who
>>approved the request.
>>It can also provide an alert when new accounts have been created with
>>out using the software.
>>Does anyone know of any open source tools that can do this ??