Jeff Blaine wrote:
> First a question whose answer may negate the rest of the
> message:
> Q: Is it possible to configure OpenSSH to allow a user
> coming from host X, with a valid TGT there, to login
> without being asked for a password... without using
> SSH's public key crypto for that password-less auth?

> GSSAPIAuthentication yes
> GSSAPIKeyExchange yes
> GSSAPICleanupCredentials yes

Have you enabled GSSAPIAuthentication (and maybe
GSSAPIDelegateCredentals and PreferredAuthentications) in the client?
The former two default to "no" and the latter's default does not have

Try running the client with "ssh -vvv yourserver" and and watch to see
if it's attempting "gssapi-with-mic" authentication.

Darren Tucker (dtucker at
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