Using authentication from the client 
The authentication daemon should verify the user name and password and respond 
Length of the rest of the response.
Identification numbers supplied with the text.
Set to 1 if the user is authorized; otherwise 0
A colon separated list of groups the user is a 
member of. The groups will only appear if the 
user is authorized. Full group implementation 
will appear in future versions.
To start your authenticator daemon
1. Navigate to the directory where you have installed your authenticator daemon. 
Run it.
2. Start The Palace User Software (for Macintosh or Windows 95) and connect to your 
3. On the client, enter operator or owner (see Owner and operator commands on page 
4. In the client input box, type
  security host:port 
to tell the Palace server where 
the authentication daemon is running.
Using authentication from the client
When a client tries to connect to a closed server, the closed Palace server will present 
the user with a dialog box for entering their user name and password.
You can also include the user name and password within the standard palace URL 
specification when using a link from your web site. The syntax is:
UNIX Palace Server Guide

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