There is no SecurID mailing list and dealing with SDI's tech support is a
bit of a problem, so I am going to post this here and hope I do not get flamed.
I am running ACE Version 2.1.1 on a Solaris 2.5 server with a number of
SunOS 4.1.X clients.
1) shshell reports:
shshell should be owned by root with --s--x--x permissions.
That's exactly how it is set up. Any idea on why the error message?
2) Is there any way to assign multiple tokens to one user account? We'd like
to use SecurID to authenticate root access without having to create multiple
3) Is there any way to assign one token to multiple user accounts? We'd like
to only have one token for each person to use with their root account, their
normal account, the operator account for backups, etc.
4) Is there any SunOS/Solaris specific client documentation?? I cannot find
anything that says:
Change your shell to /usr/ace/sdshell, turn off rlogin, and remove
your password completely.
Or whatever it is that you're really supposed to do to configure user
client accounts. Maybe I'm just being really blind, but I've RTFM'd and not
come up with this information. I've pretty much figured it out on my own,
but still ...
Thanks very much.