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Hi there,

So the thing is tht i've got an assignment for school in which we have to configure a Windows Server 2008 machine(domain controller), a opensuse machine with kerio connect installed and a Windows 7 workstation.

I've setup the server with the domain name "homedo.local"
after that i've created user templates,groups etc.

After that i went on to configure kerio connect(trial) on the opensuse machine. I installed the rpm file, the configured the mail server name with the "" name.

Then, i installed the active directory extension on the server.
After that i started the kerio connect engine.

Now my problem is the following:
When i create a new user in active directory, the additional folder which says "create kerio mailbox" is there and its ticket off.
when the creation of the user is complete the user appears on the suse machine under users.
the problem however is that when i login with the user on webmail, it says "wrong username/password".
the firewalls on all machines are off(im running the machines on vmware, in host-only mode).

the log gives the error: Cannot contact any KDC for requested realm, error code 0x96c73a9c.

Can aomeone please help me out?
I've been trying to find a fix for this for the last 5 days and im starting to get really desperate.

PS:when i add a local user through the webadmin interface everything works just fine.
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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i have looked into that, but i don't really understand it
do i have to edit the krb5.conf file?
and what do i have to put in there because the manual doesn't make any sense
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