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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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Thanks to Mark Plotnick I was able to identify and fix the issue. The problem is the interaction between the AFS file system used by the server and Kerberos handling the authentication. The same … issue was brought up in this question on SO. Basically what is happening is that when I ssh into the server, Kerberos gives the authentication token to the session. This token is used also to access the …
answered Aug 5 '16 by Bakuriu