Use Windows SSPI for GSSAPI Authentication
This procedure configures Reflection to use your Windows domain credentials to authenticate to a Secure Shell server.
To configure Windows SSPI for GSSAPI authentication
- Open the Reflection Secure Shell Settings dialog box.
- From the General tab, under User Authentication, select GSSAPI/Kerberos.
- From the GSSAPI tab, select SSPI.
- (Optional) Use the Service principal setting to configure connections to hosts that are not in your Windows domain.
- You must log into a supported Windows domain (Windows 2000 or later).
- The SSPI setting is supported for Secure Shell protocol version 2 connections only, and the server must support the GSSAPI-with-mic authentication method.