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I was recently asked to configure Mac Address authentication for our wireless network, on top of our existing Freeradius/eDirectory authentication mechanism. It took some tweaking to get it to work the way we wanted, but it is working. And I learned quite a bit more about Freeradius along the way.
Are you using Novell Access Manager so that your users can access internal Web-based resources with a single login? Does anyone occasionally forget their password and call the help desk to have it reset? I have to admit I have forgotten my password, but I didn’t have to call my help desk. I was able to reset it myself through my web browser with a link on my NAM login page. How would you like to add the same feature to your Novell Access Manager implementation? You can do it with Novell software that you probably already own. If so, this article is for you.
Rajesh Battala shows two methods you can use to enable remote access to ESX Servers.
Rajesh Battala shares a tip on how to launch Remote Console for the VMs on an ESX Server without installing the VNC Server on each VM.
Many companies use HP Servers with iLO boards to manage their servers remotely. But every server has its own administrator with its own password. This Cool Solution describes how to use eDirectory as an authentication source for HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO), without extending the schema of your tree.
Like SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), maintaining local accounts for either system administrators or general users can be a real pain if you have more than one AIX server.
Centralized user accounts can minimize the impact of forced password changes and account administration. eDirectory and LDAP and AIX provides us with a solution to allow users to login to the AIX server using their existing eDirectory accounts, thus eliminating the need for repetitious, multi-server user administration.
This tip from Craig Johnson explains ways you can bypass authentication for remote users in BorderManager, connecting directly to target sites.
Opens a Remote Command Server session with the computer currently selected in the Operator Console’s TreeView. Requirements The Remote Command Server service must be installed on the target computer. The Remote Command Server service is available in the Windows NT Resource Kit. The program rcmd.exe must be installed on the computer where the Operator Console…