This is a discussion on Re: Password Syncing to Kerberos using SFU's ssod - Kerberos ; Colin Simpson wrote: > I'm looking at finding a new solution to syncing password between AD and > Kerberos. We had been using CEDAR for this and it's great but the > passwdHK dll on windows hates it if you ...
Colin Simpson wrote:
> I'm looking at finding a new solution to syncing password between AD and
> Kerberos. We had been using CEDAR for this and it's great but the
> passwdHK dll on windows hates it if you pass in 8 bit ascii passsword.
> So I was looking for alternatives. MS's SFU ssod looks ok but only
> supports NIS password changes (out of the box). I don't suppose anyone
> has changed ssod to support Kerberos password changes.
No, but I did it to update OPENLDAP passwords. The trick was to have ssod
call pam_ldap. And I wrote a pam_pwsync to catch loop conditions as password
change could go both ways.
So you don't really have to change ssod, just have it call pam_krb5.
You may have to have a modified pam_krb5...
You should look using one realm, either AD or Kerberos, or look
at cross realm between the two.
(This never went into production. The project was dropped, and there
were still some issues. And I was never in favor of this approach.)
> Or knows of a better password change hook in windows (and not too
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