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benodilo

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hi,

I'm testing KMS (vmware image of kerio site) with AD (in Windows 2003 server R2).

The steps :
Install plugin in win 2003 -> ok
Paramters in KMS -> ok

I can see users et groups added in AD in my KMS, cool !

But when I tried to connect in webmail it's impossible. I see in log of KMS "bad password". But it's the good password.

What is the problem ? I can test the option with kerio demo in the vmware image ?

The account in local domain work fine...

Best regards.

[Updated on: Mon, 10 September 2007 20:53]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerberos client in the Linux has to be properly configured for authentication to the AD. Check /etc/krb5.conf configuration file if the Kerberos realm and AD server address is configured properly.
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benodilo

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After :
-change the /etc/krb5.conf
-Put the AD in primary DNS
-Synchronize with NTP the linux server and win2003
-Write the REALM in UPERCASE.

That's run good !!!

Thanks.
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