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Create Kerberos database

Create Kerberos database: RHCE Cert Prep: Authentication with LDAP and Kerberos
Create Kerberos database: RHCE Cert Prep: Authentication with LDAP and Kerberos

Now that you have a working Kerberos server, you need to populate it with a database of users and hosts. You also need to enable and start the services. In Kerberos, create principles for items such as users and hosts. Use the kadmin.local command to create principles for an admin user, an rhuser, and the rhhost2 client VM. Then, create a host specific keytab file and save it. The last thing to do is copy the Kerberos configuration file and the keytab file to rhhost2.

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