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- RSA ACE/Agent 5.0 Problems on Linux 7.3
- Raheel Zamir
April 29, 2004, 10:55 pm
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I am trying to install RSA ACE/Agent 5.0 on Linux 7.3 but getting
access denied message.
Following step were used to install RSA ACE/Agent 5.0
1. Got sdconf.rec file from Admin and put it in /var/ace
2. tar -xvf ACEAgent_50_pam.tar
3. Ran install_pam.sh script and installed in /opt directory.
4. cd /etc/pam.d and vi sshd
5. edited file by
commenting out auth required /lib/security/pam_stack.so
added line auth required /lib/security/pam_securid.so
6. cd /etc/ssh, vi sshd
Set the PAMAuthenticationViaKbdInt to yes
Documentation says change UsePrivilegeSeparation Parameter to no
does not contain this parameter.
When I to the acetest, it asks me username and passcode but after 20
seconds I am getting access denied
in /var/log/messages file
I get message " The Message entry does not exist for message ID: 1008"
Thanks for help
Re: RSA ACE/Agent 5.0 Problems on Linux 7.3
Error: "Access Denied, PASSCODE Incorrect"
Cause of this problem
ACE/Agent thinks the Linux box is multi-homed or hostname is listed
under the loopback address
If the Linux box is multi-homed or has multiple IP addresses, add
secondary nodes to Agent Host Properties.
If the Linux box is not multi-homed, check the following:
In the /etc/hosts file Red Hat has a default entry for 127.0.0.1 with
the host name of the Linux box:
127.0.0.1 hostname.domainname.com hostname localhost.localdomain.com
, change this entry as follows:
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain.com localhost
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx hostname.domainname.com hostname
NOTE: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx reflects the actual IP Address of the Linux box.
You can find this by running an ifconfig from the command prompt. If
this is multi-homed, find the primary interface by typing " hostname "
at the command prompt, then ping the hostname as it is returned.
" hostname " reflects the actual hostname of the computer. You can find
your hostname by typing " hostname " at the command prompt.
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