SSH (Secure shell) settings

Use the group policies SSH Settings to manage different aspects of secure shell (ssh) authentication. The SSH Settings group policies are defined in the centrify_unix_settings.xml administrative template.

When you set SSH Settings group policies, parameters are set in the secure shell configuration file, /etc/centrifydc/ssh/sshd_config, not in the regular configuration file. You might have other ssh configuration files stored in other default locations, depending on the operating system. The service first checks the /etc/centrifydc/ssh directory for configuration files, then looks for the configuration file in the /usr/local/etc directory on AIX computers, and /etc/ssh on AIX, SunOS, IRIX/IRIX64, and Linux computers.