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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Administering Secure RPC (Task Map)

The following task map points to procedures that configure Secure RPC for NIS, NIS+, and NFS.

Task

Description

For Instructions

1. Start the keyserver.

Ensures that keys can be created so that users can be authenticated.

How to Restart the Secure RPC Keyserver

2. Set up credentials on an NIS+ host.

Ensures that the root user on a host can be authenticated in an NIS+ environment.

How to Set Up a Diffie-Hellman Key for an NIS+ Host

3. Give an NIS+ user a key.

Enables a user to be authenticated in an NIS+ environment.

How to Set Up a Diffie-Hellman Key for an NIS+ User

4. Set up credentials on an NIS host.

Ensures that the root user on a host can be authenticated in an NIS environment.

How to Set Up a Diffie-Hellman Key for an NIS Host

5. Give an NIS user a key.

Enables a user to be authenticated in an NIS environment.

How to Set Up a Diffie-Hellman Key for an NIS User

6. Share NFS files with authentication.

Enables an NFS server to securely protect shared file systems using authentication.

How to Share NFS Files With Diffie-Hellman Authentication

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