The answer may depend on the type of accounts, whether mail, web, FTP, or other type. I don't think, however, that most of the people will be comfortable in sharing their organization's way of handling the DMZ authentication methods.
Hope this is the correct thread to ask this, if not, can an admin please move it to the correct thread.
Got a wee problem I hope someone can point me in the right direction.
I have Network A with two servers hosting separate webpages (I will call these WP1 & WP2). A DMZ server... (6 Replies)
I want to send a mail for my business needs from outlook account to an unix server (HP-UX) but I don't send any mail. While I can send from the unix server to my outlook account, I can't send from outlook to unix.
How can I achieve this ? How can I send a mail from my outlook or other... (2 Replies)
My scenario is as follows:
We have a handful of batch accounts that run our production jobs. Our users are able to use sudo to become that account. Also, because of other reasons, the passwords are also listed in an encrypted file that each team can see their batch ID. So, I have some users... (5 Replies)
I have a Solaris NIS master server to manage my Solaris NIS clients' passwd, group, shadow. I also have a EMC NAS.
The NAS is NFS mounted on my clients. I would like to use disk quota to manage my users.
From what I read from the SUN doc, quota can be implemented on the Solaris NFS client... (0 Replies)
I am a student sys admin and not a professional. I'd like to know how can I migrate the user accounts in the current server to a new server( to be installed) non-destructively. Also in what way the old server can be used after installation of the new server. I'd sincerely... (2 Replies)