Re: centralized, multi-OS authentication ?
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 00:22:27 -0700
What you are looking for is an identity management system.
The offering from Microsoft is MIIS and it can do all that
you have mentioned (as it was designed to handle enterprise
provisioning/deprovisioning across disparate systems,
password sync, etc.)
Microsoft MVP (Windows Security)
"E-Double" <EDouble@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> in a mixed environment with mainframes, unix/linux, windows, etc... is
> some way to have a centralized authentication server or service that users
> can authenticate to once ( kerberos ? ldap ? ) and then pass the
> authentication on to all of the other hosts in the mixed environment ? not
> sure what the best way to go about this is, but when passwords expire on
> host every 90 days its a nightmare to sync all of the new passwords on all
> the different machines. tia for any help or guidance on this one ...
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