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Centeralized authentication access accounts naming.

Posted on 2014-04-27
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Hi,

need to know the right security standard in creating access accounts naming for servers and systems..shall be unique for all servers or should be different on any network?
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Please describe or give an example for what you mean by "access accounts". Also tell us what different networks you have.
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for example,

I have two public servers DNS and Mail and need to let 2 engineers to access them from internal and external.. which kind of accounts am I able to gave them? shall I let them use uniques account?
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They should use one account per technician. Which kind of, we could maybe answer if you told us what operating system you are running.
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Grade c means solution incomplete. Next time please ask before closing.
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