Configure IBM NAS version 1.4.0.7 for AIX to make use of non-default encryption type

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Sachin Punadikar

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: August 19, 2008

This article provides step-by-step procedures of how to enable and make use of non-default encryption type such as "aes128-cts" in the Kerberos setup (IBM® Network Authentication Service). It also explains the reasoning behind every action taken in this regard. The explanation and reasoning will help Kerberos administrators make use of any other non-default encryption types in their Kerberos setups.

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