I'm trying to set up Kerberos on NetApp for use with NFS, and when i try to run the "kerberos interface enable -vserver somename -lif somename -spn nfs/FQDN@REALM command, it fails with "Strong authentication is required".
I faced the same when setting up CIFS earlier, but then there was a "vserver cifs security modify -vserver somename -session-security-for-ad-ldap someoption" that solved it by changing it.
But since that seems to be a cifs specific command, while this is for kerberos/nfs i'm not sure if i can use the same command, or if there is a similiar command for kerberos ?
Also, on the same note, is there any way to change/modify/specify the account name that command uses/generates ?
Reason i'm asking is that the naming standard is 12 characters long, and when it automatically adds NFS- to the front of it, and it seems to only support 15 , the last character in the naming standard is lost, and we could end up with multiple servers having the same name unintentionally.