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  • #40539

    kikodog
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    i am trying add users by kadmin but i always get a erros like not authorize

    how i can change/make this?

    #45088

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    From the Zeroshell’s console you should use the kadmin.local command.
    From a remote shell you have to obtain an admin Kerberos 5 ticket by using
    kinit admin
    and then the kadmin command.

    #45089

    kikodog
    Member

    in kadmin.local i add users like user teste

    but when i make a make a radtest always packet reject… and yes works with other users add by gui mode…

    after if i go to gui and and the same user i get this

    ERROR: change_password: Cannot reuse password while changing password for “teste@EXAMPLE.COM”.

    and this

    Jan 29 13:12,14 SUCCESS: Private key and X.509 certificate successfully generated for teste (user)
    Jan 29 13:12,15 SUCCESS: adding new entry “uid=teste,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com”

    in next o go to list of users and now appears…

    Sad how i can add users by shell to this users can acess by radius Smile

    #45090

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    The FreeRadius server configured in Zeroshell uses the LDAP server to authorizate the accesses. Using the web GUI to add an user you automatically create an LDAP entry, an Kerberos 5 principal and a x.509 certificate related to the user.

    Regards
    Fulvio

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