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Select Device > Server Profiles > Kerberos or Panorama > Server Profiles > Kerberos to configure a server profile that enables users to natively authenticate to an Active Directory domain controller or a Kerberos V5-compliant authentication server. After configuring a Kerberos server profile you can assign it to an authentication profile, and then test the Kerberos authentication profile.
To use Kerberos authentication, your back-end Kerberos server must be accessible over an IPv4 address. IPv6 addresses are not supported.
Kerberos Server Setting Description
Profile Name Enter a name to identify the server (up to 31 characters). The name is case-sensitive and must be unique. Use only letters, numbers, spaces, hyphens, and underscores.
Location Select the scope in which the profile is available. In the context of a firewall that has more than one virtual system (vsys), select a vsys or select Shared (all virtual systems). In any other context, you can’t select the Location ; its value is predefined as Shared (for firewalls) or as Panorama. After you save the profile, you can’t change its Location.
Administrator Use Only Select this option to specify that only administrator accounts can use the profile for authentication. For firewalls that have multiple virtual systems, this option appears only if the Location is Shared.
Servers For each Kerberos server, click Add and specify the following settings: Name —Enter a name for the server. Kerberos Server —Enter the server IPv4 address or FQDN. Port —Enter an optional port (range is 1–65,535; default is 88) for communication with the server.

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