Please Review Changes to Windows Exports List for krb5 1.2.5 in KfW 2.2
jaltman at columbia.edu
Tue Apr 16 12:17:00 EDT 2002
yes. This would work for me.
> Yes, but, you know which principals the user has, yes?
> So a new error, say KRB5_NO_XREALM_PATH, would suffice for you to
> detect which credentials to use for which target services' realms. After
> all, you complained that the server not found error is mostly useless -
> would not KRB5_NO_XREALM_PATH be sufficiently useful?
> On Tue, Apr 16, 2002 at 11:27:08AM -0400, Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> > You can have multiple credential caches. And that is fine. The issue
> > is that I might not have credentials for the service the user wants to
> > connect to. But the user can get them. If I knew which realm the
> > user needed to authenticate to, then I can prompt the user to get the
> > correct credentials for the connection she wisheds to make. But
> > without the ability to determine the correct realm I have to throw my
> > hands up in the arm.
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