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Sybase IQ Integrated Logins on Linux

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2012-12-20 09:59:06.0Z
Pattyh Posted on 2012-10-17 20:12:50.0Z
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Is it possible to use Integrated Logins for Sybase IQ 15.4
that is being run on Linux? If so, any general suggestions
on what to read on how to setup, would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance, Patty


Pattyh Posted on 2012-10-18 13:27:09.0Z
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> Is it possible to use Integrated Logins for Sybase IQ 15.4
> that is being run on Linux? If so, any general
> suggestions on what to read on how to setup, would be
> appreciated. Thanks in advance, Patty

It seems that I found the answer after plowing through the
on-line manual. I don't think it is possible to use
Integrated Logins against a Linux Server. Here what I
found:

<<Supported operating systems
Integrated login capabilities are available for database
servers running on Windows. It is possible for Windows
clients to use integrated logins to connect to a network
server running on Windows. >>

Thanks, PattyH


Abhijit Jadhav Posted on 2012-12-20 09:59:06.0Z
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Your findings are right. Integrated logins feature is not
available for Linux.

However you may like to use expensive solution using
Kerberos authentication

http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.infocenter.dc01015.1510/html/iqsecure/CEGGAIJI.htm

Regards,
Abhijit

> > Is it possible to use Integrated Logins for Sybase IQ
> > 15.4 that is being run on Linux? If so, any general
> > suggestions on what to read on how to setup, would be
> > appreciated. Thanks in advance, Patty
>
> It seems that I found the answer after plowing through the
> on-line manual. I don't think it is possible to use
> Integrated Logins against a Linux Server. Here what I
> found:
>
> <<Supported operating systems
> Integrated login capabilities are available for database
> servers running on Windows. It is possible for Windows
> clients to use integrated logins to connect to a network
> server running on Windows. >>
>
> Thanks, PattyH