I have to make setup for Ubuntu nfs-clients with sssd and autofs and Linux storage server
(nfs4+Kerberos) for them.
So, I changed religion :) and have used 'realmd' voted as the best method for
joining to AD for both, desktop client
After have joned both to AD I need nfs-spn for nfs server.
I came to mess up server by using 'msktutil' for adding spn.
But actually, with 'msktutil' I can create computer account compatible with Samba
- wich is what 'realmd' does,
isn'it? Why not make it possible in 'realmd' ?
I hate run commands on Win server, and hate to ask Win admins to do it for me.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of steve
Sent: 17. juni 2014 12:36
Subject: Re: [SSSD-users] sssd + realm + SPN
On Tue, 2014-06-17 at 08:45 +0000, Longina Przybyszewska wrote:
It could be very convenient to have the same method for both joining
machine and adding service principal names with ‘realmd’, everything
done from Linux box.
Do you have plans for that option in realmd?
Not sure which spns you want but the net already does that during the join. It adds the
host/ and machine keys and can also prepare the keytab on the machine being joined with
those keys should you so wish.
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