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How does the authentication process with the salted hash in shadow work

Does the supplied password during login get converted to a salted hash and then compared to the one in /etc/shadow? /what if the user is in LDAP but not in the shadow file? Would it use kerberos?
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1answer
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mod_authnz_ldap bind as authenticating user instead of anonymously

I'm attempting to move as close to single credential as possible. We have a web application that has a fairly limited set of available authentication mechanisms but will (luckily) allow admins to tell ...
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1answer
199 views

How do I reset RHEL6 to autocreate home directory upon login?

I am using a RHEL6 host that is set up using LDAP for authenication. Upon first login it is supposed to create the home directory for the user (e.g. /home/gisle where gisle is my login username). I ...
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1answer
550 views

Where does Samba 4 store user passwords?

Where does Samba 4 store user passwords? How can I import my password hashes from Samba 3 in Samba 4? I am using my own LDAP server with samba 3, and the password hash is stored within the ...
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3answers
585 views

Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely

We store our users in LDAP, alongside some groups that have meaning across different systems (organizational roles including wheel). There are also groups local to workstations, e.g. audio or video ...
3
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1answer
410 views

Multiple PCs network centralized system authentication

(I couldn't really choose an accurate title as I don't know exactly what the feature I'm looking for is called. Sorry about that. I hope that the following lines may clear this aspect.) I own a dozen ...
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2answers
825 views

LDAP on openSUSE

I'm trying to run an LDAP server on a openSUSE 12. But I have a couple of doubts. What I whant is this: testing.com with 2 OU (Info and People ). So the right way would be ou=Info,dc=testing,dc=com. ...
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1answer
341 views

Can't su root after editing PAM confiugration on Rackspace Linux box

I've just hosed a system. Working on pam-ldap on an Ubuntu box, I've run pam-auth-update and told it to override local modifications (which had previously allowed for sudo su, but I was having issues ...
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Identity Management with ActiveDirectory

What is the best, or most reliable, way to manage my Unix/Linux user accounts with ActiveDirectory? Or, is this even feasible?