Kerberos PAC info on MSDN Library
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at samba-tng.org
Tue Feb 26 20:41:01 EST 2002
On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 10:17:06AM +1100, Luke Howard wrote:
> >lkcl> the samba tng project also actually contains
> >lkcl> more info (i.e. all of those "reserved" fields
> >lkcl> that's bullshit, they're well-known fields!)
> >lkcl> in some areas than is outlined in this microsoft
> >lkcl> document.
> >Are these well-known fields that are claimed to be "reserved" in the
> >MS document actually required for proper functioning of a MS service?
well ... yes!
they contain the username, user's full name, kick-off time,
last logon time, workstations from which the user is allowed
to log on, logon hours range, etc. etc.
okay, so it's not "proper" functioning but it is _useable_
the difference is subtle and significant.
> I'm not sure whether the LSA retrieves these from the PAC or ignores
> them and retrieves them directly from Active Directory. Probably the
*shrug*. no clue, here.
[i've not had resources for the last three years sufficient
to continue research into NT domains.
when i get money, i will do work.
not until: i got ripped off once already with "free" software
and i won't do it again.
> Luke Leighton's book on DCE/RPC and SMB contains a Network Monitor
> excerpt that reveals the NETLOGON_VALIDATION_SAM_INFO2 structure;
> this is layed out similarly to KERB_VALIADTION_INFO without the
> last three fields (no resource groups). The "reserved" fields are
> labelled. (I assume we can treat this as public information as
> it has been published in a book. :-))
yes, you can. freedom of speech and all that rubbish.
different source etc.
available outside of the united states etc.
written by a non-us citizen etc.
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