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sgovind

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Hi,

I am trying out to implement KMS in my environment kicking out M$ Exchange.

Scenario:

KMS on Linux (Centos 5) and wanna authenticate with Active Directory. Installed the Kerio AD stuff.

My Problem:

I have imported the user from active directory, went to ad and created the mailbox too but not able to login y? say login error.

Please throw me some light to this lame guy.

Regards
SGR

KMS Version: 6.5.2
O/S : CentOS 5.2
KOFF : 12 clients
Webmail: 53 Clients
LDAP : Active Directory
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Did you configure Kerberos client on Linux server? Can authenticate via "kinit username<_a.t_>kerberosrealm"?
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sgovind

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sorry i am not clear can u be more elaborate as i am kind of new getting confused Smile

ignore my ignorance.




KMS Version: 6.5.2
O/S : CentOS 5.2
KOFF : 12 clients
Webmail: 53 Clients
LDAP : Active Directory
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sgovind

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is the any idiot's guide for beginners with linux and ad authentication?

this is the only thing stopping me from going ahead with kerio. i hope something is there.

cheers

KMS Version: 6.5.2
O/S : CentOS 5.2
KOFF : 12 clients
Webmail: 53 Clients
LDAP : Active Directory
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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sgovind wrote on Wed, 14 May 2008 05:04

is the any idiot's guide for beginners with linux and ad authentication?



Yes, it is. What about reading a manual http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/sect-krblin.html or Knowledge Base http://support.kerio.com/kb/382

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