Out of the box privacyidea is not involved in ssh public key authentication. All keys are fetched from privacyidea. But ssh server will not tell which matched.
You could configure rsyslog server.
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+49 561 3166 797-------- Ursprüngliche Nachricht --------Von: Michał Lewndowski firstname.lastname@example.org Datum: 21.07.16 14:00 (GMT+01:00) An: privacyidea email@example.com Betreff: [privacyidea] Information about token desription in privacyIDEA log
I was wondering if there is any possibility to put information from token description in privacyIDEA log?Currentlly I got situation where 4 persons login on single root account, so in RSA key token description I would like to put information like lewandowskim or kowalskij which will directly point to some from that 4 persons and if someone login using his RSA key server will log information like “Accepted publickey for LewandowskiM”
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