Remote Account Maintenance Protocol
|Document||Charter||Remote Account Maintenance Protocol WG (ramp)|
|Title||Remote Account Maintenance Protocol|
|IESG||Responsible AD||Dave Crocker|
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Draft 3/16/94 mw From the team that developed the Internet-in-a-box, there is interest in pursuing IETF work in the realm of ``ato-registration''. This BOF will be held to discuss IETF interest in such an activity and how it should proceed. The description of the work being submitted: Before a client system and server can interact, they must be configured to know about each other. The Remote Account Maintenance Protocol (RAMP) was designed to ease the process of account creation and machine registration on server systems. RAMP clients create their own accounts by populating pre-configured templates on RAMP servers. This frees Server Administrators from some mundane tasks, while providing users instant access to certain server resources.