Kerberos realm vs NT domain

WAGHORN, Jason (NHS BORDERS) j.waghorn1 at
Thu Jan 17 10:26:26 CET 2019

Hello all, apologies for this - I'm having an issue where I have a single Kerberos realm (published as the RADIUS realm) but multiple AD containers behind that, within which the users sit. The RADIUS/Kerberos server is joined to the domain and authentication via ntlm_auth works for both containers (if one specifies the container explicitly)

# ntlm_auth --username=testusera
NT_STATUS_OK: The operation completed successfully. (0x0)
# ntlm_auth --username=testuserb
NT_STATUS_OK: The operation completed successfully. (0x0)

So: Kerberos/RADIUS realm =; users are in containers &

Can I use the krb5.conf to handle the users as "user at" and automatically have it try both containers (i.e. &

I'm surmising that I need to do this in the realms and/or domain_realm sections - but the documentation isn't making a whole lot of sense to me at this stage (could be related to a caffeine deficit)

Thanks in advance



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