Kerberos SSH authentication on Linux

Hi guys,

When I setup Kerberos for SSH authentication to active directory, it works great; but the problem is, i have to manually create a user account for each user i want to enable.

Is there a way to create the user account at logon time if it doesn't exist and then try to authenticate?

Thanks!
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sentnerCommented:
If you're not using samba / winbind, I'm not sure that it's possible.  If you want to explore that though, here's an article which goes into detail about how to set it up.  

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/magazine/2008.12.linux.aspx
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ArneLoviusCommented:
Not to take away from what you've done so far, but take a look at Centrify

http://www.centrify.com/express/centrify-enabled-open-source-tools.asp

there are free SSH and Samba modules
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