[Samba] Kerberos and Samba
geza at kzsdabas.sulinet.hu
Mon Apr 12 10:21:41 GMT 2004
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| On Sat, 2004-04-10 at 16:07, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
|>Samba cannot use the kerberos tickets directly - not unless the KDC is
|>Active Directory (for now). But it is possible for Samba to use the
|>same password store. (For NTLM, but not kerberos passwords)
|>What is your KDC? MIT or Heimdal? Are you using the Heimdal LDAP
| MIT K5. The passwords are stored only in the kerberos database.
|>While the work is still new, there is support in Heimdal to read Samba
|>password entries in LDAP. There is also an OpenLDAP plugin to set
|>both Samba and Kerberos passwords on password change.
|>You would need to manually edit your LDAP database, to expose the
|>passwords in 'Samba' format - potentially a dump and restore of the
|>Heimdal entries might do it, if the sambaSamAccount objectClass was
|>added, and you used a current snapshot.
| It would be nice to have just kerberos passwords. I've done this with
| ldap (sasl gssapi authentication via k5) and afs (tokens are released on
| ticket releasing).
| The main issue is the integrated windows login: a student must login,
| gain tickets and token, and have his windows home dir set to what ldap
| shows him: this means that afs must be enabled at boot.
| How would you do this? I don't have any clues...
I see a different solution here:
User authenticate to a Samba controled Domain, and because Samba has the
Kerberos password(=NTPassword hash) it could impersonate the user,
accting to the AFS/Coda cell on behalf of her/him. In this way Samba
could become a gateway between Windows clients and AFS/Coda servers.
Unfortunatelly I don't know how could be that implemented.
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