I need help in understanding exactly what I need.
We have dozens of red hat 6 servers. I want to SSH into one server (I'm guessing the IDM server), and then seamlessly be able to login to (and manage) the other red hat servers from this server, without my username and password being prompted for again.
According to these instructions on the redhat site, it is relatively simple to setup (as I've quoted the article I've included below the link), yet it's 100s of pages long. I'm not interested in any bells and whistles, encrypted SSL connections among servers, or anything. I just want a bare bone installation and functionality.
How would I accomplish this? Thanks for any help.
It has a simple installation process, a unified set of commands, and a clearly defined role in the overall IT infrastructure. An IdM domain is easy to configure, easy to join, and easy to manage, and the functions that it serves — particularly identity/authentication tasks like enterprise-wide single sign-on — are also easier to do with IdM than with a more general-purpose directory service.