clarify that ktadd/ktremove are kadmin subcommands
authorAlexander W Dehnert <adehnert@mit.edu>
Sat, 9 Mar 2013 02:42:01 +0000 (21:42 -0500)
committersipb-www <sipb-www@better-mousetrap.mit.edu>
Sat, 9 Mar 2013 02:42:01 +0000 (21:42 -0500)
doc/kerberized-server.mdwn

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@@ -44,11 +44,11 @@ To change the supported enctypes, run `kadmin`:
 
     kadmin -p daemon/kronborg.mit.edu  -k -t daemon.kronborg.keytab
 
-Then, create new keys:
+From within `kadmin`, to create new keys:
 
     ktadd -k daemon.kronborg.keytab -e aes256-cts:normal -e aes128-cts:normal daemon/kronborg.mit.edu
 
-After all tickets currently issued against your service expire (which will happen after at most one day), you should remove the old keys from your keytab:
+After all tickets currently issued against your service expire (which will happen after at most one day), you should remove the old keys from your keytab. If there are no outstanding tickets, you can do this from within `kadmin`:
 
     ktremove -k daemon.kronborg.keytab daemon/kronborg.mit.edu old