How to Configure SQL Server Windows Authentication in Linux CentOS 7 - SQL Server on Linux Tutorial

How to Configure SQL Server Windows Authentication in Linux CentOS 7


How to Configure SQL Server Windows Authentication in Linux CentOS 7 video explains all below steps
Create Active Directory Service Account for SQL Server Setup SPN for SQL Server AG Service Account Validating Key version Number (kvno) Create MSSQLScv Keytab Setting Proper Permission of Keytab Configure SQL Server Instance to use Keytab file for kerberos Authentication Restarting SQL server and Testing Using SSMS Script Used in this Demo:


#Create SQL Server Service Account in Your Active Directory Domain UserName= mssql PasswordExpire= never # Setting ServicePrincipalName (SPN) for SQL Server Service account on Your Domain Conroller setspn -A MSSQLSvc/TBSLinuxNode1.Techbrothers.local:1433 mssql # Checking KVNO (Key Version Number) number for AD Account-usually its 2 kinit mssql@TECHBROTHERS.LOCAL kvno MSSQLSvc/TBSLinuxNode1.Techbrothers.local:1433 # Creating SQL Keytab File (AD Account with password must set this up) using ktutil sudo ktutil ktutil: addent -password -p MSSQLSvc/TBSLinuxNode1.Techbrothers.local:1433@TECHBROTHERS.LOCAL -k 3 -e aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96 ktutil: addent -password -p MSSQLSvc/TBSLinuxNode1.Techbrothers.local:1433@TECHBROTHERS.LOCAL -k 3 -e rc4-hmac ktutil: wkt /var/opt/mssql/secrets/mssql.keytab quit # Setting up Proper permission (ownership) sudo chown mssql:mssql /var/opt/mssql/secrets/mssql.keytab sudo chmod 400 /var/opt/mssql/secrets/mssql.keytab # Configuring SQL Server to Point to KeyTab File sudo /opt/mssql/bin/mssql-conf set network.kerberoskeytabfile /var/opt/mssql/secrets/mssql.keytab # Restarting SQL Server Services sudo systemctl restart mssql-server # Connecting to SSMS and Testing Windows Authentication


How to Configure SQL Server Windows Authentication in Linux CentOS 7

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