Cross realm problem
Wilper, Ross A
rwilper at stanford.edu
Mon Jun 4 11:28:46 EDT 2012
The user will have to connect to their home directory using a credential from Active Directory (using NTLM auth).
Windows computers will not use Kerberos unless they are:
Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate edition
Joined to a domain (Or "joined" to an MIT/heimdahl realm)
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> From: kerberos-bounces at mit.edu [mailto:kerberos-bounces at mit.edu] On
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> Sent: Monday, June 04, 2012 6:47 AM
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> Subject: Cross realm problem
> I've created a cross realm between a MIT Kerberos and a AD. All works fine.
> My users can use their MIT principal to open a AD session.
> Now, I have a user which wants to use his home computer to access to his AD
> home directory. My problem is he cannot be authenticated with his MIT
> account. His computer is not member the AD (I don't have access to it).
> Is it possible to my user to access to his AD home directory (or other
> shares) from his home ?
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