Support of non-ASCII username/password in KDC of Win2000 serv er
hartmans at MIT.EDU
Mon Aug 11 13:29:21 EDT 2003
>>>>> "Prabhakaran" == Prabhakaran vaidya <prab at apple.com> writes:
Prabhakaran> Hi, I had an instance where a simple ascii character
Prabhakaran> like @ and space char also cause problems in getting
I think the rest of this discussion has been focused on over-the-wire
encoding. Your question seems to be simple UI question as @ and space
are not special to the Kerberos protocol.
It depends on what you are using to parse the principal name.
Backslash is an escape for krb5_parse_name.
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