I've got a Linux server (Centos 5.6) that needs to automount home directories from a Windows (Server 2008) NFS share using Kerberos. The share mounts (with the nobody user and group) if authentication is turned off. However, if the
-o sec=krb5 flag is passed, I get
mount.nfs: permission denied.
As root, I used
kinit to get a ticket, and
klist tells me that it's a valid ticket. Googling the error didn't give much, as it seems to be a bit of a catch-all. Nothing useful was found in any of the logs I looked in. Root access is set to allowed on the Windows share.
Because of the sharing from Windows thing, a lot of the resources saying to change server settings don't apply as directly.
Any ideas for getting this to work?