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This is really broad question and not exact. There are two ways how to use GSSAPI for SSH logins: GSSAPI Key Exchange - not implemented in openssh, but distributed as a patch (part of RHEL, Fedora, but probably also Debians) GSSAPIAuthentication - part of openssh GSSAPI Key Exchange The plus is certainly the manageability - with GSSAPI key exchange you ...


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To answer your question: I believe that the safest way would be to use psexec to get a remote cmd shell. This method should not result in a plaintext password stored. Or do you mean interactive, AND with a GUI? Unfortunately your best solution really is to avoid interactive login whenever possible. Luckily there are some safe ways to remotely manage ...


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If an OS effectively remembers the current password and also the previous password to force a true password reset, you will need to change the password twice to flush the old password hashes from the system. This usually is mentioned when giving instructions to change the KRBGT account password on a Windows Domain with the added caveat that some time needs ...



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