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Re: Windows Server to Debian migration

also sprach Roberto C. Sanchez <roberto@familiasanchez.net> [2005.09.03.1527 +0200]:
> Interesting.  I am getting ready to setup a network (20 workstations + 2
> servers) for my church and was going to use OpenLDAP.  I would be
> interested in some alternate suggestions.

NIS+ :)

I am not sure about alternatives. I am determined to use postgresql
the next time I set up something like this. pam_pgsql and nss_pgsql
both exist and work fine, in my testing. And I find that SQL
provides a hell of a lot more flexibility than LDAP.

But no, I can't make a real suggestion here...
maybe OpenLDAP works for you...

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