Yeah you are right. Basically now our network does not have a overall user
authentication module such as OpenLPAD or 389. I was looking around for a
better solution that could work on Win + Linux environment. At the same
time it should be so painful to setup that I have invest weeks of my full
efforts to get it run.
On Sun, May 13, 2012 at 2:20 PM, Steven Jones <steven.jo...@vuw.ac.nz>wrote:
> >From a user perspective such as myself,
> If its mission critical and complex need today then you need to also look
> at more mature solutions. These however will cost you a lot of time and
> money to deploy. We have been there and the costs are obscene and the
> support worryingly poor in AP. Since you have only mentioned 389 and
> Openldap as options I suspect IPA will suit you its the best of the three,
> so take a look.
> Steven Jones
> Technical Specialist - Linux RHCE
> Victoria University, Wellington, NZ
> 0064 4 463 6272
> *From:* freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com [freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com]
> on behalf of Chandan Kumar [chandank.ku...@gmail.com]
> *Sent:* Saturday, 12 May 2012 6:18 a.m.
> *To:* Freeipafirstname.lastname@example.org
> *Subject:* [Freeipa-users] FreeIPA and others
> Hi All,
> I was considering different centralized authentication/authorization
> services such as FreeIPA, 389 and Open ldap to deploy into our network in
> order to have a good centralized user authentication/authorization
> machanism. I was wondering what are they key that FreeIPA provides as
> compared to other directory servies in terms of extra feature, ease of
> deployment and use etc.
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