Installs the DSMIT principal key in the local keytab file.
dsmit-addkey SourceFile TargetFile
The dsmit-addkey command adds the new DSMIT principal key for the local machine to the local keytab file.
|SourceFile||Specifies the keytab file containing new keys. This file is
created on the managing machine when you initialize or modify the
DSMIT security configuration.
Attention: The SourceFile should be brought over to the local machine in a secure manner and you should delete it immediately after running the dsmit-addkey command.
|TargetFile||Specifies the keytab file used by DSMIT on the local machine.|
Access Control: You must have root authority to run this command.
To install the new principal key for the local machine:
dsmit-addkey /tmp/new-v5srvtab /usr/share/DSMIT/security/v5srvtab
|/tmp/dsmit/new-v5srvtab||Contains the file on the managing system that includes the new DSMIT principal keys created when you intialize or modify the DSMIT security configuration.|
|/usr/share/DSMIT/security/v5srvtab||Contains the local machine's unique DSMIT principal key. The location of this file can be changed, for example, to the Kerberos v.5 or DCE keytab file by specifying the full path name in the DSMIT_KEYTAB_PATH environment variable.|
The dsmit-rmkey command.