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When using the command ktpass -princ  
Must it be my username/domain name?

like ktpass -princ username/domain.com
Please advice
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When using the command ktpass -princ  
Must it be my username/domain name?
ktpass -princ adusername/mydomain.com

Please advice
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It must be the user name of the account that will operate from the UNIX device and interact with the Active Directory.

You can see the syntax in the TechNet library: for Server 2008 and for Server 2003.
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