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Wed Aug 04, 2010 7:01 pm

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I have a mac in an ActiveDirectory network. I'm logged in as an Active Directory user, and can connect to network shares served on Win Server boxes with kerberos correctly (automatically authenticated).

I'm trying to share a folder on my Mac to the network so that others can use them. This share does not have any automatic connection from windows PCs on the network.

For example, if I log into a windows pc and connect to the mac in the network neighbourhood, I can see the mac and its shares but when I connect, I am asked for a username and password.

Is it possible for Mac SMB service to provide kerberos authentication to other users on the network?



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Wed Aug 04, 2010 7:19 pm

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Just realised that this behaviour only doesn't work for Public Folders that are automatically shared.

Manually created shares work with Kerberos authentication from windows pcs just fine.



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