disallow requests naming principal as a service
Nicolas.Williams at ubsw.com
Tue Mar 26 10:36:01 EST 2002
On Tue, Mar 26, 2002 at 09:18:07AM -0600, Matt Crawford wrote:
> > Thanks Nico, this solution looks OK to me.
> > It modifies the current semantics of KRB5_KDB_DISALLOW_SVR
> > a bit -- hope that's OK. Besides allowing U2U on a princ that is
> > set DISALLOW_SVR,
> The proposed change is OK for my site also, but I'd like to hear
> whether it will break someone else's existing deployment.
Why would it? How could it? It's not like enabling U2U opens up any
> > it will not support a princ that may be a
> > normal service but must not be used with dup_skey service
> > tickets.
> Eh? It looks to me like it covers that.
I think the first "not" above was not meant to be there.
> > Long term, I'd prefer
> > using KDC_ERR_MUST_USE_USER2USER and report that back to the
> > client when you see that DUP_SKEY is allowed but SVR is not.
> Well, kerberos-revisions has defined that error code ...
John's post makes things interesting. Check it out.
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