Updates (multi-realm) to Leash32...

Jeffrey Altman jaltman at columbia.edu
Fri Jan 10 15:05:01 EST 2003

What do you mean by "multi-realm"?  

Do you mean maintaining multiple credential caches simultaneously such 
that multiple TGTs and related service tickets can be retrieved?

If so, how do you expect your Kerberos applications to be able to decide 
which credential cache instance should be used?

- Jeff

John M. Lockard wrote:

>We've found Leash32 to be an invaluable tool here at the School
>of Information at the University of Michigan. The one thing that
>would just improve on that value would be if Leash32 did multi-realm
>Here at the University of Michigan we have a number of AFS cells
>and with that comes a number of Kerberos Realms, some running K4,
>some running K5 and a mix of both. Many or our users at the School
>of Information have accounts within the SI.UMICH.EDU realm as well as
>the UMICH.EDU realm and would like to be able to access both at will.
>Would you be able to tell me if you have any plans on adding
>multi-realm authentication to this tool, and if so, what your timeline
>might be?
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