Support of non-ASCII username/password in KDC of Win2000 serv er
jaltman at columbia.edu
Mon Aug 11 13:32:39 EDT 2003
Microsoft is either using UNICODE or UTF-8.
However, only characters which can be represented in 7-bit ASCII are
safe for use in the Kerberos protocol if you want interoperability with
non-Microsoft Kerberos services.
Tay, William wrote:
> Thanks to all who replied.
> So what kind of encoding is Microsoft expecting for the KDC? In other words,
> what character encoding is the username/password encoded and stored in
> Microsoft KDC?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sam Hartman [mailto:hartmans at mit.edu]
> Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2003 9:15 AM
> To: Tay, William
> Cc: 'krbdev at mit.edu'
> Subject: Re: Support of non-ASCII username/password in KDC of Win2000 server
> non-ASCII usernames are not supported by Kerberos. IF it happens to
> work, that's great for you.
> You can read the IETF drafts and discussion within the working group
> of the IETF for the details of the issues involved.
> A future version of the Kerberos protocol will specify
> interoperability rules for internationalization. The transition will
> be messy.
> krbdev mailing list krbdev at mit.edu
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