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Old 11-21-2006, 11:06 AM   #1
guy_ripper
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users authentication with Fedora Directory Server


Hi,

Does anyone here at the forum had tried Fedora Directory Server? Just wanna ask on how to configure user's authentication with FDS. I had installed FDS on my Fedora linux box server and configured successfully. However, need some info on how to configure workstations inorder to authenticate user's from FDS as I have not seen a documentation from FDS site for user authentication. I have already setup groups and users at the directory. Now, I want to put the service into feasible.

Does it have a certain or special configuration at the client side? What binaries are needed inorder to work?

Thanks, hoping for your favorable thoughts and response.
 
  


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