System Administration Guide: Security Services

ProcedureHow to View the List of Kerberos Policies

An example of the command-line equivalent follows this procedure.

  1. If necessary, start the SEAM Tool.

    See How to Start the SEAM Tool for more information.

    $ /usr/sbin/gkadmin
  2. Click the Policies tab.

    The list of policies is displayed.

    Dialog box titled SEAM Administration Tool shows a list
of policies and a policy filter. Shows Modify, Create New, Delete, and Duplicate
  3. Display a specific policy or a sublist of policies.

    Type a filter string in the Filter field, and press Return. If the filter succeeds, the list of policies that match the filter is displayed.

    The filter string must consist of one or more characters. Because the filter mechanism is case sensitive, you need to use the appropriate uppercase and lowercase letters for the filter. For example, if you type the filter string ge, the filter mechanism displays only the policies with the ge string in them (for example, george or edge).

    If you want to display the entire list of policies, click Clear Filter.

Example 25–9 Viewing the List of Kerberos Policies (Command Line)

In the following example, the list_policies command of kadmin is used to list all the policies that match *user*. Wildcards can be used with the list_policies command.

kadmin: list_policies *user*
kadmin: quit