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How To Configure Enterprise User Security for Kerberos Authentication (Doc ID 458219.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 09, 2010

Applies to:

Advanced Networking Option - Version: to 11.1 - Release: 10.1 to
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 09-Sep-2010


Configure Enterprise User Security for Kerberos authentication -

The configuration steps in this note assume the following: 

You have registered your databases with the Kerberos authentication server and configured your Oracle Net Services for Kerberos authentication as described in Oracle� Database Advanced Security Administrator's Guide  10g Release 1. The database can authenticate the users via kerberos successfully. 

You have registered the database with OID and configured for Enterprise User Security. <>(Step By Step Guide To Configuring 10g Password Authenticated Enterprise User Security)


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In this Document
     Task 1:  Configure the Enterprise Security Manager Console to display the Kerberos principal name attribute.
     Task 2: Specify the Enterprise User's Kerberos Principal Name in the krbPrincipalName Attribute
     Task 3: (Optional) Enable the Enterprise Domain to Accept Kerberos Authentication
     Task 4: Connect as a Kerberos-Authenticated Enterprise User

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