Happy New Year! Unigroup's January 2010 meeting will cover Cross-Platform Integration across Unix, Linux and Windows systems.
Unigroup Elections: Unigroup holds Board of Director Elections every January. If you are a Unigroup Member and would like to run for the Unigroup Board, please contact us on or before our January 2010 meeting.
Note: We are continuing to try to re-schedule our planned meeting on "The Latest in x86 Computer Architecture" to be presented by a leading PC hardware vendor.
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Location: The Cooper Union (http://www.cooper.edu) School of Engineering (*** New Building ***) 41 Cooper Square (3rd Avenue @ 7th Street, between 6th & 7th Streets) East Village, Manhattan New York City Meeting Room: To-Be-Announced Located on the East side of Cooper Square. Look for the new building with the non-traditional appearance. Entrance is at the corner of 3rd Avenue and 7th Street. Building lobby sign-in is required at the guard's desk. Enter the building, check in with the guard at the lobby for directions to the Unigroup Meeting Room. Nearest mass transit stations are: '6' to Astor Place (stops right at The Cooper Union), then walk 1 block East and 1 block South. 'R' to 8th Street, then walk about 2 blocks East then 1 block South. '4/5/6/R/N/Q' to Union Square, then walk South and East. 'B/D/F/V' to Broadway-Lafayette, then walk North and East. Free street parking in the area becomes available at 6pm. There are also parking lots on Broadway, at (or just south of) Astor Place (8th Street).
Topic: Active Directory Integration with Unix/Linux Systems
Unix AD Clients: AIX: IBM Redbook - Integrating AIX into Heterogeneous LDAP Environments http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/pdfs/sg247165.pdf Configuring AIX 5L for Kerberos Based Authentication Using Windows Kerberos Service http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/resources/systems_p_os_aix_whitepapers_aix_kerberos2.pdf HP-UX: LDAP-UX Client Services B.04.15 with Microsoft Windows Active Directory Server Administrator's Guide http://docs.hp.com/en/J4269-90084/index.html Configuration Guide for Kerberos Client Products on HP-UX http://docs.hp.com/en/5991-7718/index.html Solaris: System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP) http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/816-4556 Solaris 5.11 / OpenSolaris - Project Winchester http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Project+winchester/ Linux Debian/Ubuntu: SADMS http://sadms.sourceforge.net/ Active Directory & Windows Server 2003/2008 R2: Identity Management for Unix http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc782782%28WS.10,printer%29.aspx How the Kerberos Version 5 Authentication Protocol Works http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772815%28WS.10,printer%29.aspx Authenticate Linux Clients with Active Directory http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2008.12.linux.aspx?pr=blog BeyondTrust (formerly Symark) PowerAdvantage Product Overview http://www. beyondtrust .com/products/padoverview.asp
Eric Hombo, Lead Escalation Support Engineer, Beyond Trust.
Mr. Hombo holds a Bachelors degree from Whittier College in Mathematics with a minor in Computer Science, and has 21 years of varied experience from a diverse set of fields. Starting from a telecommunications background, Mr. Hombo worked to get the Whittier College campus onto the Internet in 1988 and devised a 300 computer network for Internet access, shared file storage and print sharing across the campus. From there until joining BeyondTrust as Lead Escalation Support Manager, Mr. Hombo worked with technologies including Unix systems such as Ultrix, SunOS/Solaris, and SGI, PCs from IBM and Apple, networking technologies both copper and fiber based, RARP and BGP-4 protocols, Cisco and Netcom hardware, and access methods from dialup to Fractional T-3s. His experience also includes higher education planning, support and management consulting, systems support management for one of the world's largest high tech firm's basic research lab, and corporate MIS management for one of the US's largest independent insurance brokerage firms, an Australian furniture mover and a New Zealand kiwi orchard pruner. He can say hello/welcome in a dozen different languages.
BeyondTrust provides privilege authorization solutions for heterogeneous IT environments. The BeyondTrust PowerBroker reduces the risks associated with misuse of privileges and theft of proprietary data, while documenting accountability to support increasing demands of regulatory compliance required across many industries.
BeyondTrust is relied on by more than half of the top ten commercial banks in the U.S., some of the largest global aerospace and defense agencies, leading pharmaceutical companies and renowned universities. The BeyondTrust customer retention rate is over 90%. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with East Coast offices in the Greater Boston Area, and EMEA offices in London, United Kingdom.
For more information about Beyond Trust, please visit: http://www.beyondtrust.com
We have some OpenSolaris CD-ROMs from our friends at the local NYC Sun Microsystems Office.
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FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS
Complimentary Food and Refreshments will be served. This includes "wraps" such as turkey, roast beef, chicken, tuna and grilled vegetables as well as assorted salads (potato, tossed, pasta, etc), cookies, brownies, bottled water and assorted beverages.
Unigroup is pleased to announce that Beyond Trust is sponsoring the food service for this meeting. Thanks Beyond Trust!
Please join us for this meeting, you won't want to miss it!