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Red Hat Enterprise IPA on CentOS 5.2

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Red Hat Enterprise IPA will help to enable significant risk reduction and efficiency gains for the IT industry. IPA stands for Identity, Policy, and Audit. RHE IPA aims to simplify the central management of the identity of users and machines, policies configuration and access control, and audit. The present release - RHE IPA 1.0 - takes care of “Identity” part. “Policy” and “Audit” are scheduled for future releases.

RPM’s for Enterprise IPA are not available from the CentOS repositories as yet. You can use the Enterprise IPA RPM’s that is provided by PU_IAS, which is a custom Red Hat Distribution maintained by the members of the computing staff of Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study.
 read more | mail this link | score:6236 | -shyju, April 12, 2009
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