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Fuzzybunnies

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New feature in 8.2.3 is:
* Open Directory user authentication uses Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM).

I am not sure what this means, and how is it different from previous 8.2.2

Currently we use AppleĀ® Open Directory (Kerberosā„¢ 5 authentication) for auth, does it mean Kerberos is switched with PAM? This seems like a significant change to me.

Any input appriciated.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It does mean that older Password Server authentication is replaced with PAM. There is no change if you use Kerberos.
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Fuzzybunnies

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Thanks Pavel,
I do not even have the option to use passwordserver. We have kerio 8.2.2 server, running on Linux and authenticating against OD, and because we use Linux version of server, this won't affect us right?


Cheers.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes. Password Server option was only on OS X platform.
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