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mathdufort

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  1. Thank you for getting back with a possible solution. I will try messing with PAM and get back if it worked or not!
  2. I tried again with the "lifuser" user and here is what I see on the client in the /var/log/auth.log file Oct 25 08:42:11 lif-p45190 sshd[4740]: Did not receive identification string from 192.168.10.228 port 1464 Oct 25 08:42:11 lif-p45190 sshd[4741]: Accepted password for lifuser from 192.168.10.228 port 1468 ssh2 Oct 25 08:42:11 lif-p45190 sshd[4741]: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user lifuser by (uid=0) Oct 25 08:42:11 lif-p45190 systemd-logind[851]: New session 10 of user lifuser. Oct 25 08:42:11 lif-p45190 sudo: pam_unix(sudo:auth): authentication failure; logname=lifuse
  3. Hi Alex! I tried following the mentioned steps and everything went smoothly. I'm a little concerned about security issues with having to allow SSH from the root account though. It's normally best practice to disable SSH Login from root account. I'll try with another account than the "lifuser" account. Maybe there's something wrong with it... Just for testing purpose, I have reset the root password to the same as the "lifuser" account and from the TNI Server, I get a fail when I try to scan using "lifuser" credentials but a successful scan using the root account. I tried verifying eac
  4. Thank you for the follow up! :D I'll be waiting!
  5. I am trying to scan a Ubuntu Desktop 18.04.3 LTS 64bits machine. Ubuntu doesn't create a root account, it instead creates a normal account with sudo privileges. lifuser is in the sudoers group and is the only account on this machine. I tried running the two commands you specified but with the result I have written in my first post. Thank you for your help...
  6. Hi, I am trying to add our Linux based computers to TNI. I have tried the two possible ways: 1- I tried copying the tnilinagent and tnilinagent_x64 from the server's "C:\Program Files (x86)\Total Network Inventory" folder to a local folder on my Ubuntu machine. I chmod 755 the files and tried launching the scripts by entering : 1A- "./tnilinagent" -> I get "./tnilinagent: line 42: /home/lifuser/tmp.REdDcvEd1P/tnilinagent: no such file or directory" (or something close since my ubuntu system is in french) 1B- "sudo ./tnilinagent" -> After entering the password fo
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