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**Apple** **Apple**
-  * Apple OS-X 10.1-10.3 - ident server is included in the OS - see below.+  * Apple OS-X 10.0-10.2 - ident server is included in the OS - see below.
  * Apple OS-X 10.3 and higher - http://www.macmax.org/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=21   * Apple OS-X 10.3 and higher - http://www.macmax.org/rubrique.php3?id_rubrique=21
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== Windows 9x == == Windows 9x ==
On Windows 9x machines, simply extract the identd.exe program (link provided above) and set it to run via the Registry Run key or via a network login script. You will need to run it as follows: On Windows 9x machines, simply extract the identd.exe program (link provided above) and set it to run via the Registry Run key or via a network login script. You will need to run it as follows:
-<pre>identd.exe -n -r 0</pre>+<code>identd.exe -n -r 0</code>
    * The -n turns off port-based security which means that it will return an answer no matter where the request is coming from (thus breaking RFC-compliancy, but hey, it works).     * The -n turns off port-based security which means that it will return an answer no matter where the request is coming from (thus breaking RFC-compliancy, but hey, it works).
-    * The -r 0 returns the actul username of the person currently logged into the machine.+    * The -r 0 returns the actual username of the person currently logged into the machine.
== XP/2000/NT == == XP/2000/NT ==
 +**Note:** Make sure that if you have a firewall enabled on your workstations (such as the one included in windows XP SP2) that you allow ident (port 113 - TCP) through the firewall.
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On Windows XP/2000/NT just run "identd -install" as an administrator and double-check On Windows XP/2000/NT just run "identd -install" as an administrator and double-check
the Services applet in Control Panel to make sure it loads automatically the Services applet in Control Panel to make sure it loads automatically
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Once installed, the Ident service must be manually started or the client system rebooted. Once installed, the Ident service must be manually started or the client system rebooted.
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-**Note:** Make sure that if you have a firewall enabled on your workstations (such as the one included in windows XP SP2) that you allow ident (port 113) through the firewall.  If you don't DansGuardian will not allow you to browse the web). 
== Linux/Unix == == Linux/Unix ==