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Proof of Concept: NFS Attributes Editor
Proof of Concept: NFS Attributes Editor We come across a lot of people who have IdMU tools installed even though they don't use the NIS authentication. This, primarily, happens because they have NFS in their environment and with Windows Vista and later, the only way to get identities mapped is by...
21 Jun 2010
Using Kerberos Authentication for Server for NFS
Using Kerberos Authentication for Server for NFS It has always been attributed that the NFS communication is inherently insecure and that's completely true. There are certain security options but they aren't enough to protect the data from unauthorized access. Fortunately, the NFS architecture is...
25 May 2010
Synchronizing SFU Attributes with RFC2307 Attributes
Synchronizing SFU Attributes with RFC2307 Attributes In a very short span of time, I received multiple requests for a script that can sync the values from SFU attributes to RFC2307 attributes. This isn't a new request but it pretty much pointed out that some information is missing and people run in...
31 Mar 2010
SUA SDK for Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 R2
SUA SDK for Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 R2 The news is not new and you may already be aware that the SUA Utilities and SDK pacakge for Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 R2 is released after a really long time. Just for the convenience, you can download it here - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...
23 Mar 2010
Managing Client Groups - An Easier Approach
Managing Client Groups - An Easier Approach On UNIX-based NFS servers, it's much easier to control access to the NFS shares based on host names or IP addresses. You just have to put them in the export file and it's done. It's not so difficult in Windows either - you can click on the Permission buttons...
12 Nov 2009
Using DFS for Centralized Access to Multiple NFS Servers
Using DFS for Centralized Access to Multiple NFS Servers Lately, we have seen customers who are trying to utilize DFS to publish NFS shares from a single DFS server to centralize the access for the clients. This has several benefits. It removes the problem of keeping a note of what NFS server is...
11 Sep 2009
Getting AD Lookup to work without UNIX Attributes tab
Getting AD Lookup to work without UNIX Attributes tab The previous post talks about how to get the UNIX Attributes tab to work without installing IdMU components. In this post, I would like to talk about what attributes the NFS components expect to be populated in AD for user and group object before...
16 Jul 2009
Using UNIX Attributes tab without installing IdMU
Using UNIX Attributes tab without installing IdMU Starting with the Windows Server 2003 R2 release, Microsoft has made it clear that the AD Lookup feature would be the preferred direction to go for identity mapping between Windows and *nix when it comes to NFS access - both server and client. AD Lookup...
13 Jul 2009
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