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Re: same password as username

Nope. It's about the LDAP/Kerberos. I will try to find out how to change
the policy.
I know it's a bad idea. But I need it, and it's no option for me to have
different passwords for different authentication methods for the same user.

So thanks!

Moritz Molle

On 22.12.2014 14:20, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Moritz Molle]
>> Hi group!
>> To use the same password as the username used to work. Doesn't anymore.
>> I need it. How do I get it back?
> When did it work?  Did it work for LDAP users, or only for users in
> /etc/passwd?
> As far as I know, Kerberos do not allow this, and all LDAP users check
> their password in Kerberos these days.  Perhaps it is possible to
> convince Kerberos to allow it, but I would strongly recommend against
> it, and suggest to use keybased ssh login or something else to solve the
> same use case.

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