This is precisely what EIM and Kerberos are about. Dump your IBM i
Passwords completely (except for admins) and just use the one in Windows.
If you truly need everyone to be able to sign on independently to IBM i
without using any windows workstations then this is likely not the right
solution for you.
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 4/2/2014 3:37 PM, Buzz Fenner wrote:
Looking to create a new process to facilitate password change on our i &
Windows domain. Until recently, we were on a Model 520 that housed two
cards. On one of those cards was our W2K3 DC. With the help of User
Enrollment on the i, we sync'd up account passwords; a user account on
took care of performing password maintenance on the DC.
Fast forward to today with a new server and no more Windows
have to redo that process. Just wondering how other folks have
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