Kerberos - Service


Any program or computer you access over a network.


Examples of services include:

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Kerberos - Client

An entity that can obtain a ticket and that is identified by a principal This entity is usually either: a user or a service.
Kerberos - KeyTab (Key Table)

All Kerberos server machines need a keytab file to authenticate to the KDC. A keytab file contains one or more shared secret key. A service will use a keytab file in much the same way as a user uses...
Kerberos - Principal (Account)

A Kerberos principal is a unique identity to which Kerberos can assign tickets. Kerberos defines two different types of accounts (or Principals): User Principal Name (UPN), and Service Principal...
Kerberos - Server

A server is a computer that hosts a particular service
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Kerberos - Service principal name

A service principal name is a principal for a service where: The service-class is a string and identifies the general class of service. Computers or machine accounts automatically get an SPN with a...
Kerberos Ticketing Process
Kerberos - Ticketing Process

Kerberos ticketing process between: the the the Under Kerberos, a client sends a request for a ticket to the Key Distribution Center (KDC). The KDC creates a ticket-granting ticket (TGT)...
Kerberos - ktpass

Configures the server principal name for the host or service in active directory Domain Services (AD DS) and generates a .keytab file that contains the shared secret key of the service. Generate...

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