loginLogout notification and calling a plugin with Leash?

Jeffrey Altman jaltman at columbia.edu
Thu Aug 7 20:20:18 EDT 2003

michael.dautermann at umich.edu wrote:

>>The KerberosLogonAPI is not implemented on Windows.  (yet)
>>The LeashW32 API does not support any plug-in capability.  Neither does 
>>the Leash executable.
> ahh, so once a customer has logged in via Leash, the only way they
> can get additional tickets & capabilities would be to run another
> applicaton?

As of Kerberos for Windows 2.5, that is correct.  Leash will

  * import Kerberos 5 credentials from the Windows Kerberos LSA; or
    perform a Kerberos 5 ticket request

  * perform a krb524; or
    perform a Kerberos 4 ticket request

You would then need to execute something else.

If you want to automate the process at startup, call

   leash32.exe -kinit  OR  leash32.exe -ms2mit

This will perform the kinit or ms2mit and then exit.  Test the exit 
status to determine if it succeeded or failed.  If it succeeds execute 
your kx509 tool.

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