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By vashti42 ·
Does anyone have experience with an "out of the box" user management system that works across platforms? It must authenticate Unix and NT users, handle proxies, authenticate and route email (to a Unidata system or an exchange service based on the user), talk to People Soft, talk to a radius server for remote authentication, provide a self service interface for users to update their own information, be scaleable and be able to support a very large geographically dispersed company. It needs to reside on a Unix system. It also needs to be fairly secure. Help?

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If authentication is your only concurn, then NT or Unix/Linux should work. Linix can logonto a NT domain, but it can also control it.

Your authentication method for internet should be on a seperate machine than the machine for you internal network.

Lotus Notes is a good product if you need to manage databases,users,mail etc.

Please specify what machines and what you are trying to do with them for a more specific answer.

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