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SUS05 & SUS06: Install and Configure an Open Source Identity Server – Lab

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In these session you install and configure an open source identity server based on OpenSSL, OpenLDAP and Kerberos.

In the first session (SUS06) you install and configure an open source identity server using OpenSSL, Open LDAP and Kerberos.  You then configure a Linux server as a client to the identity server.

In the second session (SUS06) you use an open source identity server based on OpenSSL, Open LDAP and Kerberos to provide centrally managed secure authentication and session encryption for Linux services such as NFSv4 and SSH.

Thee sessions are intended to be a 2 part session series (SUS05, SUS06) however each session can be taken independently of the other.

Prerequisites:  Experience with SUSE Linux Enterprise is required

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