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Re: filtering by mac
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: filtering by mac
- From: Ben Goren <ben_(_at_)_trumpetpower_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 14:09:44 -0700
On Fri, Jul 26, 2002 at 03:56:09PM -0500, David Norman wrote:
> I'm dealing with client machines what have users barely smart
> enough to open IE and check hotmail. Authorizing via ssh is out
> of the question. It must all be transparent after an initial
> web signup.
Then authpf is exactly what you want. Install putty on the client
machines and tell them to double-click on it before they can get
access to whatever. If your Web form would make them type in a
password every time, nothing further on your part is needed--putty
will give them a window that prompts for a password. If you don't
even want them typing passwords, then set them up with an SSH
key--no password needed.
If your users can't handle ``Double-click this to connect to the
Web; close the window when you're done,'' then forget the whole
deal, open it wide up. Your users have already done something
stupid enough that that's the result.
If you're too lazy to install putty (and maybe generate an SSH
key) for them, then....
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