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Kerberos user creation and password changes for Agaric test sites

Searched words: 
agaric webauth http auth LDAP kerberos kadmin admin clik admin.local: add prinp kadmin.local: Unknown request "add". Type "?" for a request list. addprinp client access to test server demo sites authentication of user for seeing test site krb password agaric test server access user authenticating login

Everyday use

You can change your password at https://agariclabs.net/krb/passwd

Or when logged in to simone.mayfirst.org with kpasswd (first type your current password, and then your new one, twice).

Initial setup of a user via the command line

These commands can be run on Agaric's test server, simone.mayfirst.org.

First, to see if a username already exists, you can list them with listprincs:

sudo kadmin.local

sudo kadmin.local
listprincs

Then, if the user is not present, create the user.

sudo kadmin.local


Authenticating as principal ldap/[email protected] with password.

addprinc exampusername


WARNING: no policy specified for [email protected]; defaulting to no policy
Enter password for principal "[email protected]":
Re-enter password for principal "[email protected]":
Principal "[email protected]" created.

kadmin.local:  exit

To change password

Once inside kadmin.local,

cpw exampusername

To get more help, type simply ?

But wait, if you're adding a user to see a test site, you are not done!

You need to see How to add a user to a group.

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