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thspranger

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Hello together...

i have a productive system (near 1000 users).
All users are in the local database of kerio.

Now we build an AD. I have install the AD Extension, and when i create a user in the AD, i see it in the kerio.

But i cant login. The kerio run's on an redhat enterprise linux 5. The linux-server is not a member of the domain.

Regards and thanks for help

Tom
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You need to add the server as a member of the domain and configure Kerberos client in /etc/krb5.conf so it can authenticate to your AD domain.
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tek_san

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Did you buy client or user CALs from Microsoft to run the authentication?
I am just curious as we do plan to do something similar and I would not want to waste lots of money for unnecessary Cals
regards

oliver

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thspranger

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Resolved...

The server wasn't a member of the domain.

Now it works.


Thanks to all
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thspranger

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to tek_san

We have buy some CALs. But i dont believe, that you need more than 5. Cause only the kms connect to the ads and make an authentication.

You dont need to connect the ads-server from the clients directly.

We need this the CALs for Windows-Server-Connectings too.

regards

Thspranger
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