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March 12, 2005

Connecting to share without binding to Active Directory

I wanted to find a way for machines outside of the active directory to connect to shares on my file server. The purpose of this was for stduents to be able to access their lab home directory from the dorms. Unfortunately, I've so far only been able to do this from MacOS X and not windows clients. I found these instructions on UC Berkeley's website. Here is the /Library/Preferences/edu.mit.kerberos file I used:

[libdefaults] default_realm = INS.CWRU.EDU [realms] INS.CWRU.EDU = { kdc = KERBEROS.CWRU.EDU kdc = KERBEROS2.CWRU.EDU admin_server = KERBEROS.CWRU.EDU default_domain = cwru.edu } [domain_realm] .cwru.edu = INS.CWRU.EDU cwru.edu = INS.CWRU.EDU

Posted by djc6 at March 12, 2005 01:34 PM

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