Cross realm problem
Douglas E. Engert
deengert at anl.gov
Mon Jun 4 11:33:05 EDT 2012
On 6/4/2012 8:47 AM, jm130794 wrote:
> 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 ?
I think you would have same problem even if you were not using cross realm.
Google for: access 2008 share from non domain
or: access CIFS share from non domain
He could use Remote Desktop Connection from home PC to work PC. And if he
really needs access to files from both, use the RDC to give the work PC
access to the home PC's disks.
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