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Integrating Linux (and UNIX and Mac) Identity Management in Microsoft Active Directory
If you have a mixed environment, some of these might be on your must-do list: centralizing authentication, access control and policy management in Microsoft AD, using the Group Policy features of Active Directory for Linux management, delivering SSO to your users, and complying with government regulations. How can you pull it all off? We'll discuss the challenges, as well as explore the various options both in the public domain and from commercial providers and discuss their requirements and capabilities. The questions we'll answer include: Why would I want to integrate Linux with Active Directory? What are the issues (e.g., compatibility and maintenance, capabilities, integration, organizational impediments, cost)? What are the choices in terms of technology requirements and components?
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