[CalendarServer-users] Kerberos Issue / Principals
cdaboo at apple.com
Mon Nov 5 17:25:04 PST 2007
--On November 5, 2007 5:54:51 PM -0800 Jindan Zhou <jindan at gmail.com> wrote:
> I actually have already installed the krb5-server package, and I am
> pulling my hair on get it up. Since my original purpose was merely to set
> up the CalDAV service, so I am just wondering if I could just skip that
Well, Kerberos is not required. By default in the caldavd-test.plist we
have Kerberos Digest and Basic authentication enabled. If the Kerberos
subsystem is not properly setup, the calendar server will start, but
Kerberos will not be offered as an authentication option - Digest and Basic
will still be available.
If you want, you can disable Kerberos in the caldavd.plist file until such
a time as you have the necessary service principal keytab entries etc.
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