This procedure configures Reflection Kerberos to use your Windows domain credentials to authenticate to a Secure Shell server. Kerberos authentication for Secure Shell connections is enabled for the currently specified SSH configuration scheme in the Secure Shell configuration file.
If the system administrator has installed a Kerberos configuration file on your PC, Reflection Kerberos is automatically configured the first time you start a Reflection application. Reflection Kerberos settings are stored in the registry on a per-user basis and are available to all Reflection applications that use the Kerberos client.
To use Reflection Kerberos for GSSAPI Authentication
Open the . dialog box
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In thedialog box, type the principal name, realm, and KDC host. If your system is already configured for Kerberos, Reflection Kerberos Manager starts instead.
NOTE:After authentication, Reflection Kerberos forwards your Kerberos Ticket Granting Ticket (TGT) to the host. To disable ticket forwarding, see Kerberos Ticket Forwarding in Secure Shell Sessions.