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I have set up a test environment with a fresh 10.4.11 ODM with the Kerio extensions and new install of KMS on Windows XP and my users are not authenticating properly. When I test my connection under domains everything connects fine.

In the manual under the Kerberos topic is shows this;

Kerio MailServer is a member of the domain to be authenticated against. If Kerio MailServer is not the domain member, the Kerberos system will not be working and the users will have to use a local password, i.e. different from the password for the domain.

Does this mean that I need to have the PDC section of the Server Admin WIndows service up and running and the KMS Windows machine connected to that domain? Or does it mean something totally different?

It seems like it is trying the authentication fine, but Kerberos is not doing the authentication and I believe this requirement above is what is causing this. If anyone has a successful Windows to ODM bind going on, please share.

Thanks.
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