RFC: Kerberos client support
Nicolas.Williams at ubsw.com
Wed Oct 25 22:33:27 GMT 2000
Seems like W2K uses the older Kerberos GSS mech spec and it uses it
within SPNEGO. That means you need: a) a GSS-API implementation with a
Kerberos GSS v1 mech and b) an SPNEGO GSS mech implementation.
You can get (a) from Heimdal and/or MIT, in variïus states of
completion. Sun's implementation, which allows dynamic runtime selection
of mechanisms may be available someday if and when Sun opens Solaris 8
source and if and when they open SEAM source and if they use a friendly
license (say, SISSL). Some SEAM bits are already open under SISSL, and
they may have added to this since I last checked.
SPNEGO is another deal. I don't know of any OSS implementation.
It can be done.
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