On 24 Nov 2016, at 16:18, Christian Heimes <chei...@redhat.com> wrote:
> for a service you can use a Kerberos keytab to authenticate. A keytab
> can be requested with ipa-getkeytab. The command will replace the
> password of the service with a random one.
Thanks everyone, I think using a key tab will be fine; having a manual step for
initial configuration is not a huge burden.
I'll take a look at python-gssapi too.
gpg: E75B 1F92 6407 DFDF 9F1C BF10 C993 2504 6609 D460
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