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

     kimpersonate -- impersonate a user when there exist a srvtab, keyfile or KeyFile

     kimpersonate [-s string | --server=string] [-c string | --client=string]
		  [-k string | --keytab=string] [-5 | --krb5]
		  [-e integer | --expire-time=integer] [-a string | --client-address=string]
		  [-t string | --enc-type=string] [-f string | --ticket-flags=string] [--verbose]
		  [--version] [--help]

     The kimpersonate program creates a "fake" ticket using the service-key of the service.  The
     service key can be read from a Kerberos 5 keytab, AFS KeyFile or (if compiled with support
     for Kerberos 4) a Kerberos 4 srvtab.  Supported options:

     -s string, --server=string
	     name of server principal

     -c string, --client=string
	     name of client principal

     -k string, --keytab=string
	     name of keytab file

     -5, --krb5
	     create a Kerberos 5 ticket

     -e integer, --expire-time=integer
	     lifetime of ticket in seconds

     -a string, --client-address=string
	     address of client

     -t string, --enc-type=string
	     encryption type

     -f string, --ticket-flags=string
	     ticket flags for krb5 ticket

	     Verbose output

	     Print version


     Uses /etc/krb5.keytab, /etc/srvtab and /usr/afs/etc/KeyFile when available and the -k option
     is used with an appropriate prefix.

     kimpersonate can be used in samba root preexec option or for debugging.  kimpersonate -s
     host/hummel.e.kth.se@E.KTH.SE -c lha@E.KTH.SE -5 will create a Kerberos 5 ticket for
     lha@E.KTH.SE for the host hummel.e.kth.se if there exists a keytab entry for it in

     kinit(1), klist(1)

     Love Hornquist Astrand <lha@kth.se>

BSD					September 18, 2006				      BSD
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