Hello list,I have installed and configured a domain with Samba version 4.0.0beta2-GIT-7e80b89 on a CentOS 6.2
I can successfully join a Windows PC in the domain (both Windows XP and Windows 7 tested)
Now, I am trying to move a step forward and I would like to configure Samba to accept Windows smart card logon
This is a requirement for a project I am involved toI have already installed the required client on Windows and I have a smart card for testing
I have already installed EJBCA as my CA on CentOS 6.2On Samba wiki the how to in http://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Samba4/Smart_Card_Login is not ready, so if anyone can help I will appreciate it According to the headers in the how to, I have to configure Heimdal to accept PKINIT I found a guide on http://www.h5l.org/manual/HEAD/info/heimdal/Setting-up-PK_002dINIT.html I've also found a guide on http://k5wiki.kerberos.org/wiki/Pkinit_configuration for MIT Kerberos which has some more info on the certificates
I have created the Kerberos certificate according to what I have understood from the guides but I don't know how to test if the certificate is correct
So, my first question is how to test if the Kerberos certificate is correct?Second question is when I create a client certificate (I think I understood from the guides how to create) how I will test it? Will a kinit command like "kinit -C FILE:$HOME/clientcert.crt example-user@EXAMPLE-DOMAIN" be enough to test the client certificate?
And a final question (for now) is if there is any kind of documentation related to "Configure Samba4 to know about the certificate" and where I can find it?
Kind Regards, Charalampos -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the instructions: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/options/samba
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