I have a Windows 2008 stand-alone server configured so I can log on using my
MIT Kerberos credentials. I have an SSPI enabled PUTTY which will allow
single-sign-on with Kerberos. This much is working correctly.
My question - does the current ODBC driver support this type of 'native'
configuration on Windows? By that, I mean I haven't installed anything from
MIT on the Windows machine, I have simply run these commands:
ksetup /setdomain DOMAIN.TLD
ksetup /addkdc DOMAIN.TLD host.domain.tld
ksetup /setcomputerpassword xxxxx
ksetup /mapuser user <mailto:user(at)DOMAIN(dot)TLD> user(at)DOMAIN(dot)TLD
Of course the needed principals have been created on the KDC.
When I test the connection, I get the following error:
pg_krb5_init: krb5_cc_get_principal: No credentials cache found
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