@Vipin Rathor..Can you please help me with this. Really urgent !!
"Keytab contains no suitable keys" error message, usually indicates that either the keytab had no keys in it the mentioned Principal with a supported encryption type. We can find that out by running the following command and matching the encryption+principal.
klist –kte /PATH/TO/keytab
. - Also couple of things we need to double check like the JCE unlimited policy is installed.
- Realm name is all in UpperCase.
If nothing works then at last we might have to regenerate the keytabs.
I have placed my keytab file in desktop. I ran the above command klist -kte <keytab file path>
Output is too wierd:
USage: Klist.exe [-1h <LogonId.HighPart>] ....and something.
Hi All, I think my issue is not clear ...I am looking to get KErberos authentication on Windows box.
As mentioned in my last post, i am facing an error stating "Keytab contains no suitable Keys for Host/server @ REALM"