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workablob

join:2004-06-09
Houston, TX
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Centrify and Ubuntu12 issue

I'm a longtime Windows guy.

I have built a few Red Hat servers but not much else.

I installed Ubuntu 12 on a VM and deployed Centrify Express to the Linux VM.

I can successfully login to the domain from the Linux VM but when I try to access network resources from Linux I get prompted again for credentials.

What am I missing?

Thanks,

David
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Aliayian

@pnap.net

Hi David,

I really want to help but I am not sure what you are asking and the interdependencies with your environment; can you be more verbose?

Cheers,
Aliayian



workablob

join:2004-06-09
Houston, TX
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Thanks!

Centrify is a program that allows non-windows PCs and server to be joined to AD then an AD user can log onto the non-windows computer.

That part works.
I login as a domain user to an Ubuntu 12 client.

Then, when I go to mount a share of browse servers in the network it wants my AD password again when I already provided my credentials at login.

If I provide the credentials I can then access the Windows resources.

David
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uteck

join:2009-12-30

I have used Likewise (now Powerbroker) for AD intigration, and it has the single sign on ablity that you are looking for. I think Centrify should do it, but I have not used it.
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workablob

join:2004-06-09
Houston, TX
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Reviews:
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said by uteck:

I have used Likewise (now Powerbroker) for AD intigration, and it has the single sign on ablity that you are looking for. I think Centrify should do it, but I have not used it.

Thanks, that seems to confirm what a knowledgeable Unix friend told me.

Dave
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