Is Kerberos Required on Linux to Enable NTLM Authentication ONLY Using Samba / Winbind to a Windows AD Domain?
denis.cardon at tranquil-it-systems.fr
Sat Nov 22 10:29:26 MST 2014
> I think I may be working of bad setup instructions which never mention any Kerberos setup pre-requisite prior to installing & configuring Samba / Winbind on a Linux box for the sole purpose of enabling NTLM authentication to a Windows AD domain to connect to a Share Point site (which uses that authentication).
> So the question... Is Kerberos Required on Linux to Enable NTLM Authentication ONLY Using Samba / Winbind to a Windows AD Domain?
it is much easier to configure sso through kerberos. You can check on a
win7 desktop if internet explorer has negotiated kerberos or ntlm auth.
After connecting to your sharepoint, you check if you have a ticket in
your kerberos credential cache using the command klist. You should have
something like HTTP/myserver.mydomain.local at MYDOMAIN.LOCAL.
If it is the case, then you install krb5-user/krb5-workstation and edit
your /etc/krb5.conf file, then try kinit. If it works, in your firefox,
you go in about:config and add your dns domain in the
Hope this helps,
> Thanks... Vince
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