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Kerberos is a network authentication system based on shared key cryptography. It is the underlying authentication system used by current versions of Active Directory and is widely used by large organizations.

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Kerberos will work only if you authenticate to Kerberos-enabled server by password. You can: set up kerberos trust for the incoming user if the user is already authenticated by known realm; enable … GSSAPI forwarding of credentials on ssh client and server ('ssh -K', GSSAPIAuthentication for sshd), this would work if server and client belongs to the same kerberos domain. …
answered Jun 11 '12 by kworr