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KB-0035: How can I disable credential caching?

Centrify DirectControl ,   Centrify Identity Service, Mac Edition ,  

12 April,16 at 11:37 AM

Question:

How can I disable credential caching so that the authentication occurs every time a user logs in?


Answer:

Credential caching can be completely disabled in /etc/centrifydc.conf file using the following flags:

adclient.hash.allow:
adclient.hash.deny:


You can either create an allow list OR a deny list, but not both. To prevent everyone from caching credentials, you can use:

adclient.hash.allow: NONE
 
After making the changes, please run adreload and adflush and attempt login again.
 
Note: If Centrify is disconnected for some reason, 'cached credentials' will NOT work however root can login.
 
 
 
 

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