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Old 12-18-2008, 11:39 AM   #1
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TightVNC Server with PAM authentication against a Samba PDC - Possible?


Simply trying to centralise all my usernames/passwords to a single Samba based Primary Domain Controller. Login requests, shares and Apache are all working perfectly with domain based authentication using PAM.

Can PAM be used to authenticate TightVNC-Server? Searches for PAM modules, information, guidance etc have been unsuccessful. Has anyone achieved this? A worked example would be great.
 
  


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