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Old 05-30-2012, 11:14 AM
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GSSAPI Configuration for AD single sign on

We are trying to offer a single sign on solution to our user with SecureCrt.

We have a Redhat Linux system where I'm able to connect with my Active Directory usr/pwd but when I try to use GSSAPI instead it does not work and I received the following error message: "GSSAPI authentication with the server could not be completed."

What are the proper configuration to make the following scenario work?

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Old 05-30-2012, 11:57 AM
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Hello Charles,

Thanks for posting your question. With GSSAPI, if your computer and network are configured for single sign on then it should work with SecureCRT. Can you send SecureCRT trace options to support@vandyke.com with subject Forum Thread 10499?

To enable trace options output:
  • First, open SecureCRT's main File pull-down menu and select Trace Options.
  • Next, connect to the remote machine. With trace options enabled, you will notice debugging information displayed in the terminal window that isn't normally there by default when SecureCRT is attempting to establish a connection, and at certain times throughout the lifetime of the connection.
  • Once the problem occurs, please right-click inside the terminal window and choose Select All, then right-click again and choose Copy to transfer the information to the Windows clipboard.
  • Finally, open a text editor like 'Notepad', paste the information from the Windows clipboard into the editor program, save it as a text file, then send it as an e-mail attachment.
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