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Deploying Kerberos based SSO

Pre-requisites Kerberos Domain Controller (KDC) User accounts in the KDC KDC based logins To make sure that this is working, login to your workstation using your kerberos password and use the command: klist This should show your principals assigned to … Continue reading

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Web Links

Down For Everyone or Just Me: If you’re getting an error when visiting a certain site, it could be down—or something could be wrong on your end. To see which it is, head to and type in the web site’s … Continue reading

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SSH Tricks

Forcing either IPv4 or IPv6 This is for the scenario that you know which specific protocol works to reach a particular host. Usually good to eliminate the delay for SSH to figure out to switch IP protocols. For IPv4: ssh … Continue reading

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Native Kerberos Authentication with SSH

Pre-requisites First off, you’ll need to make sure that the OpenSSH server’s Kerberos configuration (in /etc/krb5.conf) is correct and works, and that the server’s keytab (typically /etc/krb5.keytab) contains an entry for host/[email protected] (case-sensitive). I won’t go into details on how … Continue reading

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