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“net ads join” fails in puppet exec but runs OK directly from command line

I have the following exec that joins a Linux (CentOS 6) host to an Active Directory domain. When run as root from the bash terminal, it runs successfully and the host is joined to the AD domain ...
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440 views

Problems mounting Kerberos authenticated NFS share on CentOS 6.4

I'm trying to mount a Kerberos authenticated NFS share on a CentOS 6.4 machine. I have tried exporting the protected share from both another CentOS 6.4 machine and from our NetApp with the same ...
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How does Cron interact with Kerberos for authentication?

I have a CentOS 6.4 machine which is set up with pam_ldap and pam_krb5. It is configured to use our Active Directory servers for authentication. I can SSH into the machine using AD accounts. I have ...
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1answer
327 views

Why can't cron access a CIFS share using Kerberos authentication?

I'm on CentOS 6.4. Using kstart I have a TGT kept active using the machine account (ie computername$) from Active Directory. The ticket cache is assigned to root and is located at /tmp/krb5cc_0. I ...
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Kerberos Single Sign On

I am trying to implement Single Sign On using kerberos with ssh. I changed the below files and restarted the ssh daemon. /etc/ssh_config GSSAPIAuthentication yes GSSAPIDelegateCredentials yes ...
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1answer
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Bind DN entry missing in stash file - while initializing database for realm

I'm trying to run kerberos with ldap back-end on Centos 6.3 After creating Realm with: kdb5_ldap_util -D "cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" create -sscope sub -sf ...
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Lag between PAM password acceptance and session open on CentOS5

I have a very interesting situation. I have a server running CentOS5.5, and whenever I try to ssh in using any external interface, there is a 4+ second delay, consistently. There is no such delay ...
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151 views

Fedora 389 ds sasl mapping issue?

I have a fedora client that is authenticating to a centos server running 389 ds and kerberos I can run kinit <my-user-principal> on the fedora client successfully and get a ticket, but no ...
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error reading keytab file krb5.keytab

I've noticed these kerberos keytab error messages on both SLES 11.2 and CentOS 6.3: sshd[31442]: pam_krb5[31442]: error reading keytab 'FILE: / etc/ krb5. keytab' /etc/krb5.keytab does not exist on ...
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509 views

Firefox proxy authentication with Kerberos: one service ticket per connection (Linux)

I am trying to enable proxy authentication via Kerberos for Firefox. The setup is: Active Directory domain (for LDAP and Kerberos; this works and I can log in the computer and get Kerberos tickets ...
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1answer
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Credentials can not be delegated - Alfresco Share

I've hit a brick wall configuring Alfresco 4.0.d on Redhat 6. I'm using Kerberos authentication, it seems to be working normally, and single sign on is working on the main alfresco app itself. I've ...
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Kerberos unknown code krb 147, failed to verify krb5 credentials with LikeWise Open

I've followed this guide to get Apache Single-Sign-On to work, but so far all I get is strange kerberos errors. ...
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Using a system user to transfer files via scp/kerberos

I need a cron job to transfer a file across servers using scp and kerberos authentication. The system user for the job is in /etc/passwd on both machines and a valid keytab has been created (with ...
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1answer
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Is there any problem using the ftpd that comes with Kerberos on CentOS?

I need to configure ftpd on a CentOS 5.3 host to allow anonymous ftp (upload and download) from a well defined directory. I wish the setup to be as simple as possible, and to introduce as little new ...