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We have been running GSSAPI authentication from Windows clients to a Windows Tectia 6.2 server for several years. We recently upgraded to Tectia Server 6.4.12.353 and all of our connections continued to function as before.

Then we enabled the Password Cache feature to allow some Linux users to authenticate using Public Key and access some Windows shares. The Password Cache mechanism works great BUT the Windows clients are no longer able to authenticate using GSSAPI.

Our workaround was to run another Tectia Server, with Password Cache enabled, on a second Windows server strictly for the Linux clients.

The preferred solution would be to enable the Password Cache for select authentication methods.

asked Dec 10 '15 at 18:11

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edited Dec 12 '15 at 15:35


Hi,

Could you describe your configuration in a bit more detail, please? Did you use only the Default-Authentication rule or define other authentication rules?

Password cache can be enabled per authentication rule, see Tectia SSH Server Admin Manual - Authentication. Note that in order to define several authentication rules you must first enable the advanced GUI mode on the main page of the configuration GUI.

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answered Dec 15 '15 at 13:12

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edited Apr 19 at 21:54

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