I don't think you have to put it anywhere, the ipa.getkeytab mainly sets
the workstation password in freeipa. I keep the client keytabs in /etc
(krb5.keytab.[clientname].)

I have many Win7 and WinXP workstations authenticating but I'm still
working on getting user/password sync working.

Jimmy

On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 10:39 AM, Nigel Sollars <nsoll...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Quick question,
>
> I want to setup a Windows system to use my realm,  ive followed the prep
> list and created a simple arcfour-hmac krb5.keytab.  The guide does not
> mention where I place this keytab.  I thought I would check before running
> any of the ksetup commands.
>
> Also just for reference has anyone gotten Windows 7 / server 2008
> authenticated?  ( I guess that should also include server 2003 ).
>
> Thanks in advance
>
> Nigel Sollars
>
>
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