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I need some expert advice...

My company has an issue with WideIP using Kerberos Authentication, and it stems from the fact that WideIP maps to a DNS Name that attempts to then authenticate to Active Directory using the DNS name, which is not an AD Object


So my solution is to create an Active Directory ASA (Alternative Service Account) that would be the Active Directory Computer Object for the WideIP device to use for Kerberos Authentication?

Any thoughts? Does this work great?

Thanks!
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