Kerberos: about account in realm

Jeffrey Altman jaltman2 at
Wed Jun 9 18:57:16 EDT 2004

You have to be a member of the MIT community in order to obtain an
account within MIT's realm.  If you wish to use Kerberos you must
use a realm that is manages by someone that knows you and will be
willing to share a secret with you.

Jeffrey Altman

nuspran wrote:
> Dear folks:
>     I am a graduate student of EECS, National Taiwan University, R.O.C.
> My name is Chi-Chia, Lin. 
>     I'm now trying to use Kerberos services, but I encounter a problem
> getting an account in remote realm ATHENA.MIT.EDU. I have downloaded 
> leash and installed it. My windows 2000 professional has also set
> to the domain of the realm by ksetup. Now all I need is an account
> to login the realm and get a ticket for my communication.
>     Please tell me how to get an account there? I searched the web
> but I always find the messages such as "Please contact your network 
> administrator" or simply "you need an account in the realm".
>     Thank you for your attention! Please help me!
>                                             Best regards, 
>                                                   Chi-Chia, Lin
> Network database lab
> institute of EECS, NTU
> Chi-Chia, Lin
> nuspran at
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