You would need to give AD server host name and port umber where it runs.
Simple bind/GSS api bind - your AD team would be able to give you the answer
User principle name - you need to mention a generic username here which is created in AD server. with the same principle name , get the keytab created and upload it here.
Please update here how it goes.
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I encourage you to explore the Red Hat Identity Management Server.
It is a yum install, and will smoothly integrate with Windows A/D, provide kerberos, and several other tools nicely integrated in one browser-based management/user interface. All Mac and Linux servers should be configured to use that and l you will be happy when everything works as smoothly (and without the need to regularly re-bond each individual Linux server to Windows A/D.
Avoid a lot of frustration and future aggravation. . . use the RedHat Identity Management Server . . . it's free and the documentation is excellent.
According to the installation document, I need save below scripts as a .bat file to create a service principal names (SPN) for Tableau Server and will create a keytab file.
set /p adpass= "Enter password for the Tableau Server service account."
echo Creating SPNs... in fact, i'm not sure below name which one should i fill in the UNP block
setspn -s HTTP/!--replace with canonical host name and service account --!
setspn -s HTTP/!--replace with canonical FQDN and service account --!
echo Creating Keytab files in %CD%\keytabs
ktpass /princ HTTP/!--FQDN--!@!--Kerberos_Realm--! /pass !adpass! /ptype KRB5_NT_PRINCIPAL /out keytabs\kerberos.keytab that 's mean this will create Keytab files. but how to create configuration file?
Thanks a lot!
thanks for your reply, but i can't use yum on Linux system. but also thanks for your help