I need to configure VShell for Linux or Mac to allow RSA SecurID authentication.
Before starting, you must first have the RSA ACE/Server software
installed on the machine and working with standard tools (i.e., Telnet, Rlogin,
FTP, and RSH).
To configure vshelld to allow RSA SecurID authentication, complete the following steps:
Install the RSA ACE/Agent 5.0 for PAM in accordance with the steps in the "RSA ACE/Agent 5.0 for PAM Installation and Configuration Guide", which is available from RSA Security at the following web site:
Using the instructions found in the "Configuring the PAM Agent" section of the "RSA ACE/Agent 5.0 for PAM Installation and Configuration Guide", configuring the PAM agent and create a vshelld PAM section. The following paragraphs provide example modifications for a Red Hat Linux 7.3 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 3:
a. Copy the following file:
b. When following the configuration instructions, substitute "vshelld" for every instance of "sshd".
For example, to configure a vshelld installation that is running on Red Hat Linux 7.3 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 3, you would perform the following tasks:
Change to the /etc/pam.d directory.
Open the vshelld file. The following text will be displayed:
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