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OS X 10.5.3 mount cifs shares with kerberos

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We integrated our MAC OS X 10.5.3 (Leopard) to a windows 2003 AD.Is there a way to mount windows shares through the shell, not gui, with kerberos instead of username passwords?

I can run smbclient with the -k option, to avoid to enter credentials,  But I would like to mount the shares to a folder with mount -t smbfs //xxxx /mountdir. But unfortunatly, mount does not support kerberos, Is that correct?

Thanks in Advance
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hope this link will provide you some info:
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http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=306694
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thanks kanlue,

but this documents targets nfs, and I need smb / cifs
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