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Kerberos uses SPNEGO (Simple and Protected GSSAPI Negotiation Mechanism) for authentication.
Kerberos will automatically log in authorized users when using the /api/auth REST endpoint.
If using Microsoft Windows, logging into your Windows domain is usually sufficient to issue your Kerberos
On Linux, if you use Kerberos with PAM, your Kerberos credentials should be already available
to Kerberos-enabled browsers. Otherwise, you will need to authenticate to the KDC manually using kinit at the
command line and start your browser from the same terminal.
In order to use Kerberos authentication in Lenses, both a static configuration
and Kerberos Connection is required.
Kerberos by design focuses on authentication only. It provides the user’s principal, and is not managing user groups.
Read how to create groups of users with permissions.
See configuration settings.
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