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Old 01-08-2011, 04:47 AM   #1
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Users on network


Hi all.

In windows environment we have active directory concept, where users are defined. lets suppose i have a user sitting in his office and i want him to be only able to access certain applications and not the complete system, i think i can do this in windows ( i am not sure how ?).

Can we do the same thing in linux ? what should i read for this ? NIS or ldap or something else ?
 
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Probably a combination of Ldap and Kerberos.

Another solution, for web apps, is Atlassian Crowd.
 
  


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