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Well I missed to say I want to control IMAP accesses not ssh
On 09/28/2011 04:52 PM, Chris Jacobs wrote:
How about using sshd_config's allowed/not-allowed feature (those aren't the real param names)?
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wed Sep 28 05:47:00 2011
Subject: [pamldap] pam_filter to control users's authentication ?
Would it be possible to use pam_filter to control
users's accesses to a machine
I would like to have a list of logins that contains
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