* Is it possible to mount a cifs share with kerberos using the machine account (with active directory)
@ 2021-06-11 23:49 Bruno Bigras
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From: Bruno Bigras @ 2021-06-11 23:49 UTC (permalink / raw)
When a Linux machine joins an Active Directory's domain, a computer
account is created.
A network share can be configured to give rights to the computer account.
Can I use that account to mount the cifs share with the computer
account (with the keytab file)?
Almost every example on the internet is about using a user account or
using multiuser (which also uses a user account).
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