17.10 - Kerberos External Authentication with Directory Authorization (Single Sign-on) - Advanced SQL Engine - Teradata Database

Teradata Vantage™ - Advanced SQL Engine Security Administration

Advanced SQL Engine
Teradata Database
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July 2021
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English (United States)
  1. A directory-based user logs on with a domain username, and is authenticated by Kerberos (KRB5 or SPNEGO mechanism). The user can then access any applications and data that support Kerberos authentication, including Teradata Vantage.
  2. The user connects to Vantage without resubmitting logon credentials, although the connection toVantage must specify the Vantage system name (tdpid) and the security mechanism that corresponds to the authenticating agent if it is not set as the default. See Using Single Sign-on with Directory Authorization.
  3. The directory authorizes database privileges to the user based on:
Users that use this logon method must be defined to Kerberos, and must have an entry in the directory that TDGSS can find using an <Identity Map> or <Identity Search>.