medha_kulkarni at persistent.co.in
Mon Sep 27 08:08:09 EDT 2004
Can anybody tell me, how to disable kerberos authentication on windows domain controller machines.
All the documents on microsoft site say that kerberos is the default authentication method on domain controller based machines.But there is no documentation available telling how to disable this authentication.
Is there any setting available on domain controller to disable it??
If the KDC service on domain controller is stopped, then does that mean kerberos is disabled?
Thanks in advance.
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> I am just in the process of getting started with Kerberos (mainly
> for securing NFS) on Solaris.
> First question: I know I have to set up principals for each user
> (and host/service etc). What if I already have a established userbase.
> Is there an easy way get principals for every user? Or do I really
> have to do this by hand?
I think the answer is that you need to create principals "by hand"
unless you are migrating from some other Kerberos environment.
> Second question (more NFS related): Am I right that in order to
> access NFS mounted directories (or is it the mount-operation?) I
> need to have a ticket? The background is, that the NFS in question
> is used for an application that uses NFS to share data. Since the
> applications start autmatically on boot there is klogin happening
> so they might probably be denied access. Is there a good way to
> solve this besides someone sitting at the reboot (and whenever the
> login expires) and entering the password to get new tickets?
The answer here is to have a keytab on the client machine with an
entry the application can use to authenticate itself.
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