Enable a Browser to Send Kerberos Credentials

For a user to access Kerberos-protected resources, a browser must be able to send Kerberos credentials so the user can authenticate. Verify that the browsers in your environment are configured to send Kerberos credentials.
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For a user to access Kerberos-protected resources, a browser must be able to send Kerberos credentials so the user can authenticate. Verify that the browsers in your environment are configured to send Kerberos credentials.
As an example, the following procedure explains how to set up Internet Explorer for Kerberos authentication.
Follow these steps:
  1. Join the Windows host to the KDC domain.
  2. Log on to the host with the user account credentials created on the KDC.
  3. Configure the browser to pass credentials automatically. 
    For example, in Internet Explorer, add 
    *.example.com
     to the list of sites in the Intranet security zone.
If the KDC is deployed on UNIX, perform the additional required configuration on the workstation using the Ksetup utility.