Keytab problems

Sam Hartman hartmans at MIT.EDU
Fri Jun 21 17:49:40 EDT 2002

>>>>> "James" == James Craig <jmc at> writes:

    James> 	Thank you for your help before.

    James> 	I don't want to pester you or the newsgroup with what
    James> may be newbie questions... what is the best place/way to
    James> get them answered?

Well, obviously the best way is to know the answer so you don't need
to ask the question.;-)

But questions like this are what the news group is for.  It is good
when people check docs before asking questions.  It really helps when
the question and especially problem descriptions are complete.

However people answering questions on comp.protocols.kerberos are all
volunteers.  It's generally rude to expect a particular person to
answer your question just because they have answered questions in the
past; similarly sending to individuals rather than the group is fairly

Of course since this is a volunteer service, you get what you pay for.
If your question is hard to answer, obscure, or you've posted 30
questions in the last week, you may find no one responds.  There are
various organizations that provide for-pay Kerberos support if you
need a guaranteed service level.

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