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HP-UX 11i Version 3: February 2007

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inetsvcs_sec — enable/disable secure internet services


inetsvcs_sec [enable| disable| status]


/usr/sbin/inetsvcs_sec is used to enable or disable secure internet services (SIS) by updating inetsvcs.conf(4) with the appropriate entry. SIS provide network authentication when used in conjunction with HP DCE security services, the HP Praesidium/Security Server, or other software products that provide a Kerberos V5 Network Authentication Services environment.


inetsvcs_sec recognizes the following options:


The secure internet services are enabled. The services now provide network authentication through Kerberos V5.


The secure internet services are disabled. The services now follow the traditional behavior of prompting for passwords.


This option displays the current authentication mechanism used ( i.e., whether Kerberos authentication is enabled or not).

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