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STRING2KEY(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					     STRING2KEY(8)

NAME
string2key -- map a password into a key SYNOPSIS
string2key [-5 | --version5] [-4 | --version4] [-a | --afs] [-c cell | --cell=cell] [-w password | --password=password] [-p principal | --principal=principal] [-k string | --keytype=string] password DESCRIPTION
string2key performs the string-to-key function. This is useful when you want to handle the raw key instead of the password. Supported options: -5, --version5 Output Kerberos v5 string-to-key -4, --version4 Output Kerberos v4 string-to-key -a, --afs Output AFS string-to-key -c cell, --cell=cell AFS cell to use -w password, --password=password Password to use -p principal, --principal=principal Kerberos v5 principal to use -k string, --keytype=string Keytype --version print version --help HEIMDAL
March 4, 2000 HEIMDAL

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KTUTIL(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						 KTUTIL(8)

NAME
ktutil -- manage Kerberos keytabs SYNOPSIS
ktutil [-k keytab | --keytab=keytab] [-v | --verbose] [--version] [-h | --help] command [args] DESCRIPTION
ktutil is a program for managing keytabs. Supported options: -v, --verbose Verbose output. command can be one of the following: add [-p principal] [--principal=principal] [-V kvno] [--kvno=kvno] [-e enctype] [--enctype=enctype] [-w password] [--pw-file=filename] [--password=password] [-r] [--random] [-s] [--no-salt] [-H] [--hex] Adds a key to the keytab. Options that are not specified will be prompted for. This requires that you know the password or the hex key of the principal to add; if what you really want is to add a new principal to the keytab, you should consider the get command, which talks to the kadmin server. --pw-file can specify either a file with a password, or the string STDIN. In the latter case the password is read from stdin. change [-r realm] [--realm=realm] [--a host] [--admin-server=host] [--s port] [--server-port=port] Update one or several keys to new versions. By default, use the admin server for the realm of a keytab entry. Otherwise it will use the values specified by the options. If no principals are given, all the ones in the keytab are updated. copy [--filter-principal=string] Ar keytab-src Ar keytab-dest Copies all the entries from keytab-src to keytab-dest. Optionally a princial can be selected as a filter and then just entries matching that principal is copied out. The matching applies globing rules on each component (eg foo*/host.domain@REALM) is a valid filter principal. get [-p admin principal] [--principal=admin principal] [-e enctype] [--enctypes=enctype] [-r realm] [--realm=realm] [-a admin server] [--admin-server=admin server] [-s server port] [--server-port=server port] principal ... For each principal, generate a new key for it (creating it if it doesn't already exist), and put that key in the keytab. If no realm is specified, the realm to operate on is taken from the first principal. list [--keys] [--timestamp] List the keys stored in the keytab. remove [-p principal] [--principal=principal] [-V -kvno] [--kvno=kvno] [-e -enctype] [--enctype=enctype] Removes the specified key or keys. Not specifying a kvno removes keys with any version number. Not specifying an enctype removes keys of any type. rename from-principal to-principal Renames all entries in the keytab that match the from-principal to to-principal. purge [--age=age] Removes all old versions of a key for which there is a newer version that is at least age (default one week) old. SEE ALSO
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