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(2011-09-07) Kerberos Authentication Over An External Trust – Is It Possible? (Part 3)

Posted by Jorge on 2011-09-07


In PART 1 I explained the setup I will use.

In PART 2 I showed the usage of Kerberos authN accessing the websites on the local web server

In this post I will show the usage of Kerberos authN when logged on to another computer in the same AD forest/domain

In the following picture, I’m logged on locally to an RWDC (“R2FSRWDC1.ADDMZ.LAN”) in the AD DMZ domain with the default AD DMZ admin account (renamed from “ADDMZ\administrator” to “ADDMZ\ADM.ROOT”) that’s a domain admin within the AD DMZ forest/domain and accessing the website “DELEGCONFIG.ADDMZ.LAN”. As you can see Kerberos authN is being used.

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In the following picture, I’m logged on locally to an RWDC (“R2FSRWDC1.ADDMZ.LAN”) in the AD DMZ domain with the default AD DMZ admin account (renamed from “ADDMZ\administrator” to “ADDMZ\ADM.ROOT”) that’s a domain admin within the AD DMZ forest/domain and accessing the website “R2FSMBSVA.ADDMZ.LAN”. As you can see Kerberos authN is being used.

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This continues in PART 4, which is the NEXT post.

Cheers,
Jorge
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4 Responses to “(2011-09-07) Kerberos Authentication Over An External Trust – Is It Possible? (Part 3)”

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