Kerberos Feature Request
hartmans at MIT.EDU
Fri Feb 13 12:09:56 EST 2004
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Hi. For the second time, this discussion has long outlived its useful
life and is far past being off topic for krbdev at mit.edu. Please do not
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If at some future time, someone with the appropriate experience and
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discussion, that discussion might be appropriate for krbdev at mit.edu.
- --Sam Hartman
Technical Lead for MIT Kerberos
>>>>> "Henry" == Henry B Hotz <hotz at jpl.nasa.gov> writes:
Henry> At 7:29 PM -0700 2/12/04, Michael Bartosh wrote:
>> At 11:37 AM -0800 2/12/04, Henry B. Hotz wrote:
>>> Apple already bundles an LDAP server with a Kerberos server to
>>> provide AD functionality.
>> This is not correct.
>> Mac OS X is able to act as an NT PDC, not an AD domain
Henry> Perhaps I should have said "AD-like". I'm sure they don't
Henry> do as much as what I was proposing, but they do bundle the
Henry> two as a unified service. -- The opinions expressed in
Henry> this message are mine, not those of Caltech, JPL, NASA, or
Henry> the US Government. Henry.B.Hotz at jpl.nasa.gov, or
Henry> hbhotz at oxy.edu
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