Access control and cross-forest trusts for complex Microsoft and Red Hat platforms
Using a common directory, authentication, and naming services for Microsoft and Red Hat platforms, IT organization can use single sign-on, support uniform security, and streamline user and system administration. You can accomplish this by centralizing user and server identity management (IdM) using Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®.
In this taste of training webinar, we'll show how Red Hat Enterprise Linux easily integrates into existing Windows datacenter environments.
- The components and architecture of the identity management software bundled with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux distribution
- How to integrate Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems with Microsoft Active Directory using the direct integration method.
- How to access Active Directory using a trust relationship.
- How to troubleshoot an IdM-to-Active Directory trust relationship.
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time: 9 a.m. ET (session 1) and 2 p.m. ET (session 2)
Duration: 60 minutes
Artur Glogowski, services content architect, Red Hat
Artur Glogowski, Red Hat services content architect, develops IT automation and cloud technology courses for Red Hat Training. Prior to joining Red Hat in 2016, Artur had more than 15 years of field experience that included freelancing as a trainer and examiner and as a consultant implementing Red Hat products in the EMEA region. He's worked on projects focusing on Red Hat® Satellite, Red Hat Virtualization, Red Hat OpenStack® Platform, high-availability clustering, and automation. With both training and consulting experience, Artur has a broad perspective on various topics and products.