Configuring Kerberos for SharePoint farms – a generic gotchas list

Recently, I worked on a Kerberos configuration issue with a customer; these are my notes from the visit. You’ll see some common themes with Kerbie Goes Bananas, and it puts much of that into practice. Speaking of, I must redo Kerbie with SetSPN -S  (shameface)   1. DNS should use an A record to refer…

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TMG SP2 now out there

There I was, blathering away about Kerberos and SetSPN and sleeping – sleeping! – while the long-awaited-but-unnanounced TMG SP2 was released. And announced, I guess. The documentation’s still being updated (the release notes haven’t made it up yet), but you can try it out from here: Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 Service Pack 2…

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PSA: You really need to update your Kerberos setup documentation with SetSPN -S!

Hi! You might remember me from such posts as Kerbie Goes Bananas, and SetSPN improvements for Windows 2008. Or something. I’m here with a public service announcement! Excitement! It’s been long enough since Windows 2008 (and the downlevel release of SetSPN) that I feel comfortable respectfully asking you to please: Search and Replace SetSPN -A…

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