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System Administration Guide: Security Services
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Kerberos Commands

This section lists some commands that are included in the Kerberos product.

Table 27-2 Kerberos Commands

Command

Description

/usr/bin/ftp

File Transfer Protocol program

/usr/bin/kdestroy

Destroys Kerberos tickets

/usr/bin/kinit

Obtains and caches Kerberos ticket-granting tickets

/usr/bin/klist

Displays current Kerberos tickets

/usr/bin/kpasswd

Changes a Kerberos password

/usr/bin/ktutil

Manages Kerberos keytab files

/usr/bin/rcp

Remote file copy program

/usr/bin/rdist

Remote file distribution program

/usr/bin/rlogin

Remote login program

/usr/bin/rsh

Remote shell program

/usr/bin/telnet

Kerberized telnet program

/usr/lib/krb5/kprop

Kerberos database propagation program

/usr/sbin/gkadmin

Kerberos database administration GUI program, which is used to manage principals and policies

/usr/sbin/gsscred

Manage gsscred table entries

/usr/sbin/kadmin

Remote Kerberos database administration program (run with Kerberos authentication), which is used to manage principals, policies, and keytab files

/usr/sbin/kadmin.local

Local Kerberos database administration program (run without Kerberos authentication and must be run on master KDC), which is used to manage principals, policies, and keytab files

/usr/sbin/kclient

Kerberos client installation script which is used with or without a installation profile

/usr/sbin/kdb5_ldap_util

Creates LDAP containers for Kerberos databases

/usr/sbin/kdb5_util

Creates Kerberos databases and stash files

/usr/sbin/kgcmgr

Configures Kerberos master and slave KDCs

/usr/sbin/kproplog

Lists a summary of update entries in the update log

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