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Technical Note: Secure, Active Directory-Based Single Sign-On with AbsoluteTelnet/SSH and Centrify

11 April,19 at 11:49 AM

Secure, Active Directory-Based Single Sign-On with AbsoluteTelnet/SSH and Centrify

 

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Introduction 

 

This single sign-on solution via AbsoluteTelnet/SSH requires that the target UNIX systems be joined to Active Directory using Centrify Server Suite. To see for yourself how Server Suite enables you to centrally control access to UNIX, Linux and Mac systems from Active Directory:

 

AbsoluteTelnet 5.0 from Celestial Software integrates with Active Directory to provide single sign-on to UNIX hosts running both Server Suite and OpenSSH servers by leveraging a user's existing credentials. Windows users running AbsoluteTelnet accessing UNIX systems running Server Suite and OpenSSH can be controlled centrally through Active Directory.

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