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Help-how to connect to OS not install agent


Hi
I want connect and manage windows/unix/linux host password,but
my client don't want to install agent on host,So please tell me some
cool solution for this,thanks!


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Re: Help-how to connect to OS not install agent

On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 04:04:01 +0000, whitesocks wrote:

> Hi
> I want connect and manage windows/unix/linux host password,but
> my client don't want to install agent on host,So please tell me some
> cool solution for this,thanks!


Windows password = Active Directory driver.
Unix / Linux password = Fanout driver most likely.
Your client is going to have to accept that capabilities require software
installs. This stuff isn't magic.


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Re: Help-how to connect to OS not install agent

On 01/06/2015 08:30 AM, David Gersic wrote:
> On Tue, 06 Jan 2015 04:04:01 +0000, whitesocks wrote:
>
>> Hi
>> I want connect and manage windows/unix/linux host password,but
>> my client don't want to install agent on host,So please tell me some
>> cool solution for this,thanks!

>
> Windows password = Active Directory driver.
> Unix / Linux password = Fanout driver most likely.
> Your client is going to have to accept that capabilities require software
> installs. This stuff isn't magic.


To add one more pseudo-option (pseudo because it isn't IDM, and this is an
IDM forum), you could use LDAP authentication (which is a built-in option
for Linux) and point to a directory which holds the users and passwords.
Again, not using IDM, but it's an option without installing any ADDITIONAL
software; the pieces on Linux that do this are, technically agents, but
they're agents distributed with the Linux distribution.

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