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Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] Ident for Windwows
  • From: Steve Palmer <lumpyhed@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 12:23:23 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <20030613122321.27491.qmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Well we have been using the one from But its 95/98 only.

These guys are making a service based one for NT that
might be more up your street. links for it are on that

On our selection i do find i am getting a sizable % of
'everybody' in the sarg analysed squid logs even
though i have packaged it out to every station on our
2.4 RM network. It could possibly be due to transient
network conditions or pcs with damaged registry/slow
performance that is timing out the request.

Strangely though, quite a few of these anon signals
are coming from the sixth form block which is l33t
hax0r country if i'm not mistaken! ;) If it is the
case i am not sure how they're booting the exe out of
ram as it isn't listed in 98's task manager.

--- Alan Davies <staff.asd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote: > With a view to authenticating use of our
Linux proxy
> I have been looking on
> the web for
> an Ident server for our PC stations. I thought it
> would be easy, but...
> there are lots of them - and most seem to allow you
> to set any ID you like.
> Some are
> are only 3.xx compatible or not NT compatible.
> There seemed to be none that would actually do the
> job I thought I required.
> Of course - I'm probably mistaken.
> What do others use?
> --
> Alan Davies
> Head of Computing
> Birkenhead School
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