RE: [Samba] Urgent... winbind and keytab file creation
how? when i use pam_winbind to login and automount to mount a users home
with kerberos security i dont get a TGT at login. So this doesn't seem
to work with pam_winbind or?=20
From: Gerald (Jerry) Carter [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]=20
Sent: 02 April 2008 15:45
To: Oliver Weinmann
Subject: Re: [Samba] Urgent... winbind and keytab file creation
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Oliver Weinmann wrote:[color=blue]
> Hi and thanks for you answer.
> here is the output about the encryption used:
> [root@rhel4wbtest2 krb5]# klist -e -k
> Keytab name: FILE:/etc/krb5/krb5.keytab KVNO Principal[/color]
Enctypes look fine.
> i have to use pam_krb5 because i need to mount nfs shares with=20
> kerberos security. So when a user logs in he gets a valid TGT and is=20
> able to mount the share.[/color]
pam_winbind will do that for you as well.
> if the keytab created cannot be used for this... can i somehow delete=20
> the host principal created by winbind, create a new one, that will=20
> work for pam_krb5 and let winbind use the newly created one?[/color]
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