User access is done via ssh's authentication scheme. As stated above, this is how users get access to the system, while maintaining a high level of security. If you're not familiar with ssh, check out http://www.ssh.org/. Note that I am using ssh version 1, not version 2. There is a big difference, notably that version 1 is free, and 2 isn't.
PermitRootLogin yes IgnoreRhosts yes StrictModes yes QuietMode no CheckMail no IdleTimeout 3d X11Forwarding no PrintMotd no KeepAlive yes RhostsAuthentication no RhostsRSAAuthentication no RSAAuthentication yes PasswordAuthentication no PermitEmptyPasswords no UseLogin no