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Old 08-18-2009
Question Kerberos setup for multiple AD domains

Hi there:

I am currently using Kerberos on Solaris 9 to autenticate using windows active directory. It is working fine, however, we just were made aware that instead of one domain, we have multiple. We configured one real with only one domain, however, I need the autentication process to also seek into the other domains because my users are split on three different domains depending on their geographical area. Any Idea on what is the setup in Kerberos to accomplish this?

Thanks in advance
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Old 08-18-2009
I'm no Windows guru but I believe setting up trusts between the domains, this:
Understanding domain trusts
may help.
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Old 08-18-2009
It is easier to controll all domains from windows using one root domein which will be controlled eith kerberos Smilie
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Old 08-19-2009
I am actually using a Unix server where we installed Kerberos client. The active directory servers are in kerberized windows servers.

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