Managing Kerberos and Other Authentication Services in Oracle® Solaris 11.2

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Updated: August 2014

Configuring Additional Kerberos Services

Once the required steps have been completed, perform the following procedures when appropriate.

Table 4-2  Configuring Additional Kerberos Services Task Map
For Instructions
Configure cross-realm authentication.
Enables communications from one realm to another realm.
Configure Kerberos application servers.
Enables a server to support services such as ftp by using Kerberos authentication.
Configure delayed execution services.
Enables a cron host to execute tasks at arbitrary times.
Configure Kerberos NFS server.
Enables a server to share a file system that requires Kerberos authentication.
Configure Kerberos clients.
Enables a client to use Kerberos services.
Synchronize clocks to assist authentication.
Configures a clock synchronization protocol.
Manage the Kerberos database.
Maintains the Kerberos database.
Manage the stash file of the Kerberos database.
Handles the keys for the Kerberos database.