Hi,I got an Error 70

Jeffrey Altman jaltman2 at nyc.rr.com
Fri Sep 17 16:40:39 EDT 2004

Error 70 is a Kerberos 4 error.
Does your KDC not support Kerberos 5?

You should not be receiving any Kerberos IV error messages for
change password unless your KDC does not speak Kerberos 5; or
you have deleted the krb5_32.dll file

Jeffrey Altman

jiangsukid wrote:

> Hi,
>    I downloaded the kerberos for windows from the url:
> http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/www/dist/index.html#KFW2.6.4
> ..After I installed it , I run the Leash Kerberos ticket manager.
> I can get a ticket from my kdc, it has no problem. But when I select the "Action" menu and click the "change password" button,
> and type my new password, It report an error 70. It says that the remote server has closed the current connection.
>    I am sure my kdc doesn't have a problem. Because I can change password, add new principals on it. 
>    And Actually what I want to do with leash is that I found it has a dll, and the dll has a interface to change password remotely. I want to integrate this function to my Login program. Because I used JAAS to authenticate user, It only can verfiy user, cannot change password or add new user. But the customer wants a GUI for admin kerberos principal. So I found leash. 
>    I have also searched Error 70 on google, and Found some messages below. But I have tried that, It doesn't help.
>    Please give me some advices.
> Q: Kerberos Error 70 (get_intkt)
> A: The system has lost its TEMP variable. Unless instructed otherwise, ticket files are created in the TEMP directory. If the temp variable disappears, then Kerberos 4 has no idea what to do and it quits with the Kerberos error 70.
> Solution:
> Edit autoexec.bat (in Windows 3.1 or 95) or the environment pane in the System control of NT to SET TEMP=C:\TEMP or the equivalent.
> Then restart the system.
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