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How to COnfigure Centralized User Management for AIX and Windows 2000 Servers

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We are using 9x Windows 2000 server and 2x AIX servers on our network, we intend to configure centralized user management, which means we should have an option in windows AD to define whether this user is allowed to login in AIX or not and what will be his home folder and group in AIX and we should not require to create his user account in our AIX machine.
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Answer is quite expensive and is called Tivoli - call your IBM sales rep.
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You have this gheist?

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No - got Kerberos support along with HACMP
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Ok. AFAICS using tivoli for user management would... well, make the AD ... more or less superfluous:-):-)

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Yeah - same with Kerberos, but Active Directory advertising is too sticky, like it was first product in the world with such functionality....
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Chuckle:)

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