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From Mark Wilcox <>
Subject Re: [kerberos] How to configure? (Re: is a org.apache.ldap.server.configuration.Configuration required in every JNDI connection?)
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2005 15:30:38 GMT
My apologies to f'ing up the subject line :). I'm still getting used
to Gmail - I swore I updated that subject..

Thanks for the reply.


On 6/20/05, Alex Karasulu <> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Please try to maintain nettiquette by using a prefix and a descriptive
> email subject.  That way the proper people can address your concerns
> rapidly.  Also you tacked on your questions to an existing email
> thread.  People may ignore it if its in a thread they are not interested
> in.  Coming out and saying it's regarding the Kerberos server may
> trigger people to respond.
> I understand though that your problem was related to configuration.
> Just trying to give pointers on how you can get the best response
> quickest.  Please don't take this personally or as a hazing its just the
> way we do things here - I would recommend this to anyone :-).
> Mark Wilcox wrote:
> >Is there a Wiki page or URL  (or a simple mail message :)) -- to show
> >how to enable the Kerberos service provider? I want to minimic a dual
> >KDC setup (this is common in Active Directory implementations in
> >higher ed where you have one AD tree for students and another for
> >staff). ApacheDS seems to be the simplest approach.
> >
> >
> >
> You can turn it on in 0.9 using Kerberos specific properties using
> EnvKeys.ENABLE_KERBEROS set to true or on.  This will start the embedded
> Kerberos server.  Other properties also exist for configuring the KDC.
> These properties are found in the KdcConfiguration.  Perhaps Enrique has
> a wiki page out there on this stuff where these properties documented.
> For now look at KdcConfiguration for 0.9.  It extracts properties from
> the environment given to it in the constructor if you look here:
> The JNDI provider in the main of apacheds gives these properties to the
> KdcConfiguration and uses that to start the KDC's protocol provider and
> register it with MINA.
> >But I can't seem to find any docs on how to actually enable the
> >Kerberos service provider.
> >
> >
> Sorry about that.  We should have the docs out there soon.
> >I'm using the .9 release of ApacheDS.
> >
> >
> Alex

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