Resource Central

Notice: Resource Central will be decommissioned on November 1st 2019. Content from has been migrated to One Identity Support. All Resource Central source code can still be found at the One Identity GitHub page.

Resource Central is a collection of software and documentation projects that allow Quest customers to use popular open-source software in conjunction with Quest's commercial products and support. It is operated as a collection of true open-source projects. All patches and documentation are available in source code form. Resource Central is pleased to receive community input in the form of bug reports, patches, feature requests, and discussion on Quest's TechCenter.

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New version of vasidmap released

Tue, 19 Aug 2014

Now supports newer versions of GCC. Updates to vas-samba-config to better configure samba based on installed binaries.

—Jayson Hurst


New versions of mod_auth_vas available

Mon, 14 Jul 2014

New mod_auth_vas versions and 4.0.2. QAS API debug can now be enabled with AuthVasApiDebugLevel directive. AuthVasCacheSize and AuthVasCacheExpire can now be set in both the parent server as well as virtual servers. Various Bug fixes.

—Jayson Hurst


New mod_auth_vas available

Sat, 9 Feb 2013

New mod_auth_vas Fixed multiple build issues, as well as provided the framework to make mod_auth_vas backwards compatible with future QAS API changes.

—Jayson Hurst


mod_auth_vas 4.0.1 available

Wed, 3 Oct 2012

mod_auth_vas 4.0.1 is compatible with the new Apache 2.4 API. MAV 4.0 is taking advantage of the new httpd 2.4 API which allows for access control to only be ran on internal requests with configurations that are distinct from that of the intial request. It also includes new Require authorization directives ad-group and ad-dn. It also include a new directive AuthVasProvider which takes a list of providers that support password authentication.

—Jayson Hurst

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Apache 2.2 web server
Access control with integrated authentication for the Apache 2.2 and older HTTP server
Apache 2.4 web server
Access control with integrated authentication for the Apache 2.4 and newer HTTP server. This version is not backwards compatible with older versions of the Apache HTTP server.
Provides Samba servers with accurate identity information for Unix-enabled Active Directory users
Telnet, RSH, FTP
Legacy remote access tools with integrated authentication