Rsync Daemon & network users

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Rsync Daemon & network users

Simon Wong (Staff)
Dear all,

Can someone let me know if it is possible to setup an Rsync server with domain authenticated users e.g. Active Directory users rather than having username:passwords in plain text?  

Thanks,
Simon



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Re: Rsync Daemon & network users

Kevin Korb
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You can do that with rsync over ssh but not rsyncd.

On 09/21/2015 10:57 AM, Simon Wong (Staff) wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> Can someone let me know if it is possible to setup an Rsync server
> with domain authenticated users e.g. Active Directory users rather
> than having username:passwords in plain text?
>
> Thanks, Simon
>
>
>
> The University of Dundee is a registered Scottish Charity, No:
> SC015096
>
>

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