Updates (multi-realm) to Leash32...
meeroh at MIT.EDU
Fri Jan 10 15:11:01 EST 2003
>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?
I would assume that they would want the same behavior as they get on
Mac OS. One of the credential sets is considered "default", just as
on UNIX you have one ticket file that all apps look at unless you
tell them otherwise. Of course, once you use a set of credentials
with an application, you can change the default, and the application
continues to use the same credentials. (Up to a point, obviously you
don't wnat it to be stuck forever.)
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A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?
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