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    ptaylor
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    Is it possible to add and remove users via SSH and have the newly added users be able to connect in via 802.1X through the Zeroshell RADIUS server?

    What I’m looking to do is integrate zeroshell with an existing local user database (not LDAP or active directory). I’d like to be able to have a script that periodically reads the user file from one system and read the users (via SSH) from Zeroshell, then add users to Zeroshell that don’t aleady exist there, and delete users from zeroshell that don’t exist on the other system.

    Is this possible?

    Paul

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    imported_fulvio
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    You don’t need to use ssh to synchronize Zeroshell with another system.
    Zeroshell use LDAP to store information about the users and kerberos to authenticate them. Hence you could use ldapadd, ldapdelete, ldapmodify and kadmin from remote hosts to administer the the user database of Zeroshell. As soon as possible I will write a document to describe the details of this procedure.

    Regards
    Fulvio

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