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    Default Alternative to RHs system-config-authentication application

    I would like to know what is OpenSuse application that does the same job of RH's system-config-authentication application. I need to test Active Directory authentication while setting up Samba file server to use AD accounts and ACLs.

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    Default Re: Alternative to RHs system-config-authentication application

    On 05/25/2011 01:06 PM, ajpeck wrote:
    >
    > RH's


    what is a RH's?

    just kidding :-)

    > system-config-authentication application. I need to test Active
    > Directory authentication while setting up Samba file server to use AD
    > accounts and ACLs.


    unfortunately i don't actually know the answer and maybe very few here
    do also....because, if i were a SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) user i
    wouldn't ask the reverse question in the Fedora forum, instead i'd go to
    the pros in the Red Hat forum..

    so, likely you need a SLES answer from the pros...they hang at
    forums.novell.com, but you are welcome to stay here also to see who has
    an answer..

    my only would be: have a look at YaST and the openSUSE Samba specific
    tutorials at http://opensuse.swerdna.org/

    ps: i ran Red Hat before there was a Fedora.

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    Default Re: Alternative to RHs system-config-authentication application

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    To configure how your system authenticates to other things use Yast.
    Googling for 'yast active directory authentication' (w/out quotes) turned
    up this link:

    http://openinterop.wikidot.com/authe...tive-directory

    Good luck.





    On 05/25/2011 06:35 AM, DenverD wrote:
    > On 05/25/2011 01:06 PM, ajpeck wrote:
    >>
    >> RH's

    >
    > what is a RH's?
    >
    > just kidding :-)
    >
    >> system-config-authentication application. I need to test Active
    >> Directory authentication while setting up Samba file server to use AD
    >> accounts and ACLs.

    >
    > unfortunately i don't actually know the answer and maybe very few here do
    > also....because, if i were a SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) user i wouldn't
    > ask the reverse question in the Fedora forum, instead i'd go to the pros
    > in the Red Hat forum..
    >
    > so, likely you need a SLES answer from the pros...they hang at
    > forums.novell.com, but you are welcome to stay here also to see who has an
    > answer..
    >
    > my only would be: have a look at YaST and the openSUSE Samba specific
    > tutorials at http://opensuse.swerdna.org/
    >
    > ps: i ran Red Hat before there was a Fedora.
    >

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