PROXY tickets and GSSAPI
Nicolas.Williams at ubsw.com
Thu Jun 27 10:25:00 EDT 2002
On Wed, Jun 26, 2002 at 07:21:25PM -0400, Sam Hartman wrote:
> >>>>> "Wyllys" == Wyllys Ingersoll <wyllys.ingersoll at sun.com> writes:
> Wyllys> Example, you only want the PROXY server to use your creds
> Wyllys> to access "print" services on some server but not other
> Wyllys> kerberized services?
> Yes; you can obtain and proxy only the services you want to proxy.
> I don't know of anyone who has ever implemented that code though.
Well, one of the difficulties here lies in how to determine what all the
service tickets needed to print to any printer in some organization
would be. Never mind the lack of a name service than can answer such
questions very easily - it might turn out to be many, many proxy tickets.
Better to have on-demand ticket proxying. Or "restricted" TGTs where
"restricted" means that they carry some authz-data that efficiently
(space-wise) tells the TGS what services the ticket holder may actually
get tickets for.
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