On 23/08/06, paul at clubi.ie <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> If you must retain control over whether or not your users must use a
> pass-phrase, and be able to apply policy to their quality, for remote
> access you really need to disable SSH key access.
Bar having some kind of physical token (RSA smart card etc), how can
you apply policy regardless of whether the user uses ssh keys,
passwords, or host-based authentication?
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