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Frequent Advisor
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎03-14-2012

Re: telnet using kerberos

Were you able to duplicate this error in the labs?

Frequent Advisor
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎03-14-2012

Re: telnet using kerberos

Any updates?  Are you still working on this?

Retired Employee
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎06-30-2010

Re: telnet using kerberos

We have reproduced the same issue on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.6 by using the latest release of Centrify Express for Linux and the Centrify-Enabled Kerberos Tools. We have escalated the issue to engineering for further investigation and will get back to you soon of our findings.

Frequent Advisor
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎03-14-2012

Re: telnet using kerberos

Thanks for the update.

Frequent Advisor
Posts: 62
Registered: ‎03-14-2012

Re: telnet using kerberos

Hoping for an update?  Any word yet?

Retired Employee
Posts: 38
Registered: ‎06-30-2010

Re: telnet using kerberos

As informed by engineering, we confirmed that it is a bug on our Centrify DirectManage Express package and we will address this issue in the future release.

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Centrify
Posts: 292
Registered: ‎05-04-2011

Re: telnet using kerberos

We made a typo above, we meant it is a bug in Centrify DirectControl for Express and we will address this issue in a future release, probably next.

 

thanks
Raman

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Occasional Visitor
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-12-2012

Re: telnet using kerberos

A fresh install of latest stable version of Express Edition, on a stock, fully up-to-date centOS 5.10 system, and still seeing this error.

 

Just updating this thread.

 

We still need to resolve this small bug.

 

Any updates?

 

Thanks, Jason 

Centrify
Posts: 693
Registered: ‎07-26-2012

Re: telnet using kerberos

Jason,

 

I have no visibility to when this will be resolved, but may I ask, why is TELNET being used?

 

If Keberos is being leveraged for the Authentication this means that there's a need to have some sort of security for the credential exchange;  I can also safely assume that the data that you are taking countermeasures to encrypt the traffic in a different layer (maybe SSL or TLS).

 

If you're going through those lenghts, why not consider our commercial versions?  Not only you'll get more capabilities, but you'll be in a better position to ask for this to be prioritized.

 

R.P

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