Is a Kerberos realm in UNIX is analogous to a Kerberos AD domain?

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    Spin Guest

    A Kerberos realm in UNIX is analogous to a Kerberos domain, as in an Active
    Directory domain, correct? Just asking b/c some appliance/firewall devices
    talk about Kerberos Realm name. In lieu of anything else I guess I put my
    AD domain name there? These devices need something to authenticate against
    so if I put my AD domain name in the spot where it says Kerberos realm I
    would be correct? This is a philosophical question, I have no particular
    piece of hardware in mind. Or maybe I just need to get my terms cleaned up?
    :)
     
    Spin, Dec 3, 2005
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    That is correct. On the same token, you can 'kerberize' unix to bind to AD,
    which is analogous to joining the domain. That is common with a Mac server
    running OSx to join it to AD for resource authenticate to AD.

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    Ace Fekay [MVP], Dec 3, 2005
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    Is there any documentation on 'kerberizing linux' to bind to an Active
    Directory on Windows 2003 Server? I guess I'm looking for a how-tos if
    available. Thanks
     
    M. Eteum, Dec 5, 2005
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    I have propeitary docs I can't share because they have too many specifics in
    them, but I did put them together from this link:
    Enabling Single Sign in Active Directory with Mac OS X Server:
    http://www.4am-media.com/sso/

    Then for more info, which aided in putting together the how-to and getting
    it to work, the right hand side, there's a link called:
    "How to kerberize Mac OS X Server when using Active Directory for
    authentication
    http://www.4am-media.com/sso

    There are other helpful links there as well explaining how it works, and
    such.

    Here's some more links on AD and OSx below.

    Directory Access 1.5 Help Learning About the Active Directory Plug-in:
    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=151443

    Enterprise computing with OS X Panther server and Active Directory -
    Computerworld:
    http://www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/story/0,10801,95925,00.html

    Entourage was a another headache, besides the above with authenticating with
    AD and using Exchange.

    I hope that helps.

    Ace
     
    Ace Fekay [MVP], Dec 6, 2005
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