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NAME

       ktutil - Kerberos keytab file maintenance utility

SYNOPSIS

       ktutil

DESCRIPTION

       The  ktutil  command  invokes  a  command  interface from which an administrator can read,
       write, or edit entries in a keytab or Kerberos V4 srvtab file.

COMMANDS

   list
          list

       Displays the current keylist.

       Alias: l

   read_kt
          read_kt keytab

       Read the Kerberos V5 keytab file keytab into the current keylist.

       Alias: rkt

   read_st
          read_st srvtab

       Read the Kerberos V4 srvtab file srvtab into the current keylist.

       Alias: rst

   write_kt
          write_kt keytab

       Write the current keylist into the Kerberos V5 keytab file keytab.

       Alias: wkt

   write_st
          write_st srvtab

       Write the current keylist into the Kerberos V4 srvtab file srvtab.

       Alias: wst

   clear_list
          clear_list

       Clear the current keylist.

       Alias: clear

   delete_entry
          delete_entry slot

       Delete the entry in slot number slot from the current keylist.

       Alias: delent

   add_entry
          add_entry {-key|-password} -p principal -k kvno [-e enctype] [-f|-s salt]

       Add principal to keylist using key or  password.   If  the  -f  flag  is  specified,  salt
       information  will  be fetched from the KDC; in this case the -e flag may be omitted, or it
       may be supplied to force a particular enctype.  If the -f flag is not  specified,  the  -e
       flag  must  be  specified, and the default salt will be used unless overridden with the -s
       option.

       Alias: addent

   list_requests
          list_requests

       Displays a listing of available commands.

       Aliases: lr, ?

   quit
          quit

       Quits ktutil.

       Aliases: exit, q

EXAMPLE

              ktutil:  add_entry -password -p alice@BLEEP.COM -k 1 -e
                  aes128-cts-hmac-sha1-96
              Password for alice@BLEEP.COM:
              ktutil:  add_entry -password -p alice@BLEEP.COM -k 1 -e
                  aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96
              Password for alice@BLEEP.COM:
              ktutil:  write_kt keytab
              ktutil:

ENVIRONMENT

       See kerberos(7) for a description of Kerberos environment variables.

SEE ALSO

       kadmin(1), kdb5_util(8), kerberos(7)

AUTHOR

       MIT

COPYRIGHT

       1985-2019, MIT