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pam_allow(5)		       Standards, Environments, and Macros		     pam_allow(5)

       pam_allow  -  PAM  authentication,  account, session and password management PAM module to
       allow operations


       The pam_allow module implements all the PAM service module functions and returns  PAM_SUC-
       CESS for all calls. Opposite functionality is available in the pam_deny(5) module.

       Proper  Solaris	authentication	operation  requires  pam_unix_cred(5)  be  stacked  above

       The following options are interpreted:

       debug	Provides syslog(3C) debugging information at the LOG_AUTH | LOG_DEBUG level.

       PAM_SUCCESS is always returned.

       Example 1 Allowing ssh none

       The following example is a pam.conf fragment that illustrates a sample  for  allowing  ssh
       none authentication:

	 sshd-none  auth    required	  pam_unix_cred.so.1
	 sshd-none  auth    sufficient	  pam_allow.so.1
	 sshd-none  account sufficient	  pam_allow.so.1
	 sshd-none  session sufficient	  pam_allow.so.1
	 sshd-none  password sufficient   pam_allow.so.1

       Example 2 Allowing Kiosk Automatic Login Service

       The following is example is a pam.conf fragment that illustrates a sample for allowing gdm
       kiosk auto login:

	 gdm-autologin auth  required	 pam_unix_cred.so.1
	 gdm-autologin auth  sufficient  pam_allow.so.1

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |      ATTRIBUTE TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       |Interface Stability	     |Stable			   |
       |MT Level		     |MT-Safe with exceptions	   |

       libpam(3LIB),   pam(3PAM),   pam_sm(3PAM),   syslog(3C),    pam.conf(4),    attributes(5),
       pam_deny(5), pam_unix_cred(5)

       The  interfaces	in libpam(3LIB) are MT-Safe only if each thread within the multi-threaded
       application uses its own PAM handle.

       This module is intended to be used to either allow access to specific services  names,  or
       to all service names not specified (by specifying it as the default service stack).

SunOS 5.11				   25 Aug 2005				     pam_allow(5)
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