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o Server settings from /etc/krb5.conf used despite KRB5_CONFIG setAndrej Mikus

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Subject: Server settings from /etc/krb5.conf used despite KRB5_CONFIG set
From: Andrej Mikus
Newsgroups: comp.protocols.kerberos
Organization: TNet Consulting
Date: Mon, 9 May 2022 19:03 UTC
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Subject: Server settings from /etc/krb5.conf used despite KRB5_CONFIG set
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Hi,

I would like to request comment/suggestion for a problem that resembles
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33132768/kerberos-still-using-default-etc-krb5-conf-file-even-after-setting-krb5-config

As a linux user, I am trying to access IIS website protected by
Kerberos. Linux is managed by different team than AD, both are using
their own Kerberos servers, and for some reason they use equal
domain/realm name.

I am pointing KRB5_CONFIG to a file with correct KDC address/name, but
kinit always refers to the IP specified in /etc/krb5.conf.

It is my understanding that setting environment variable overrides any
use of files in /etc, also the test scripts in the code distribution
suggest this.

The environment variable and authentication works well when using
a system that refers to in a different Linux domain in /etc/krb5.conf so
for now I can access the AD from there. Still would like to understand
what is going on on the other Linux system.

krb5-libs.x86_64 krb5-workstation.x86_64 1.18.2-14.el8 from RHEL8

Regards
Andrej


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