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just change keepalives setting on your putty


The Kerberos client built-into Windows is capable of handing this on its own. You just need to give it a little guidance on how to find the KDCs for the given realm first. It's sort of like the Windows equivalent of a krb5.conf file. From an elevated cmd prompt, run this for each KDC you want to utilize: ksetup /addkdc REALM.EXAMPLE.COM ...


So, the answer here is to use a package like MIT's Kerberos for Windows (if on a Windows box) to obtain a ticket. PuTTY will then attempt to use this key -- and you can explicitly ensure that the MIT stack is confirmed via the GSSAPI auth options in PuTTY's config. On Unix, you can use the regular kinit tools from the CLI to obtain a ticket.


vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config Edit the file # Authentication: LoginGraceTime 120 PermitRootLogin without-password StrictModes yes Please edit the permitRootLogin in the file shown above. After the changes: # Authentication: LoginGraceTime 120 PermitRootLogin yes StrictModes Please restart your ssh service using this command: /etc/init.d/ssh restart

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