Hi Mike

Go to http://www.botzandassociates.com - he has an offering for a quick SSO installation.

A Windows admin who doesn't know Kerberos? Well, I suppose - but Kerberos is what Windows authentication uses, after all - the Active Directory server becomes the key distribution center for Kerberos.

But just as IBM calls its Kerberos support Network Authentication Service, MS had to use some different name - because MIT doesn't let anyone use the work Kerberos in their product or application names - they can in documentation, however.

Good luck!
Vern

On 12/17/2015 10:33 AM, Mike Cunningham wrote:
Drawing a blank on Pat's company. I did talk with him years ago about EIM and SSO but we never got it to work (I think our issue was a Windows admin who was not experienced in Kerberos), and want to try this again.

Mike Cunningham
PA College of Technology

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Better yet, hire Pat to set it up for you.

Paul Nelson
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Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2015 10:09 AM
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Just to throw a crazy idea out there - think about setting up single-sign-on with the Kerberos support on IBM i. You can even try it for just one person - there's an SSO 101 article on Developerworks.

This assumes you are on a Windows network with authentication to an Active Directory server.

The benefits?
1. No stickies under the keyboard with passwords 2. No calls to help desk to re-enable users - estimates up to 40% reduction in calls to help desk

You can learn more at http://www.botzandassociates.com/

Regards
Vern

On 12/17/2015 8:44 AM, Hoteltravelfundotcom wrote:
We get a lot of users who forget their passwords, either because they
are not using the ibm i for months at a time, or normal ennui like mind set.
We thus get many help desk requests to reenable.

I would like to know, if I can get a notification that someone's
Userid has become disabled. If not this, can a REPORT be made that
will show those with disabled pw.

I looked at dspusrprf with outfile but it does not show the enabled
status.

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