Login in unix

Hi
How can i login in unix with a user that is created in RT’s web interface?

You cannot. The users created in the Web UI are only for RT. To login to *NIX you need to create the user at the OS level.

Of course you could do the user creation with a scrip once the user is created. Not sure I would though as personally I prefer to closely control whom gets access to my systems.

AaronDate: Mon, 23 Feb 2015 13:06:23 -0800
From: sshguard@ymail.com
To: rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Login in unix

Hi
How can i login in unix with a user that is created in RT’s web interface?

I’d question the reason for this.On 01/03/2015 23:44, Aaron Guise wrote:

You cannot. The users created in the Web UI are only for RT. To login
to *NIX you need to create the user at the OS level.

Of course you could do the user creation with a scrip once the user is
created. Not sure I would though as personally I prefer to closely
control whom gets access to my systems.


Aaron

Date: Mon, 23 Feb 2015 13:06:23 -0800
From: sshguard@ymail.com
To: rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: [rt-users] Login in unix

Hi
How can i login in unix with a user that is created in RT’s web interface?

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You cannot. The users created in the Web UI are only for RT. To login to *NIX
you need to create the user at the OS level.

Of course you could do the user creation with a scrip once the user is
created. Not sure I would though as personally I prefer to closely control
whom gets access to my systems.

you should consider investiguating some PAM/NSS solutions to use the RT
table “users” to provide de passwd database.

aptitude search ‘~npam ~nsql’ -F ‘%p %d’

libpam-mysql Module PAM permettant l’authentification depu
libpam-mysql:i386 Module PAM permettant l’authentification depu
libpam-pgsql Module PAM pour l’authentification depuis un
libpam-pgsql:i386 Module PAM pour l’authentification depuis un

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