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Linux Publish Password to IDM 4.0.2

Dear all,

Recently I am testing linux(redhat or suse) and idm user/group
Actually the condition now is succefully in sync, both way, except for
publishing password from linux to idm.

According to doc, the issue MAYBE is related to PAM module, since I
didn't do anything about it.
So, doc says there would be an option to choose when installing driver (
Install PAM Module only)
but in fact I didn't see it..

After all, in nxdrv-config command, I am still able to choose option to
config PAM (type in hostname, port, password, so generate config
But by checking /lib/security/ , there is no pam_nxdrv.so

So anyone experienced this situation before? or publishing password
needs some other requirements??
Please help, Thanks a lot

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Linux Publish Password to IDM 4.0.2

Which version(s) of SLES or RHEL are you using exactly? Which
architecture (e.g. x86_64 vs. x86_32)?

Do you see anything in your system log (as mentioned in the doc here
) when changing a password? Does the system use pam.conf or is there a
pam.d directory with things in it instead?

How did you check for pam_nxdrv.so exactly (command and output)?

Good luck.
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