Tue Dec 2 04:10:01 GMT 2003
Directory. I suspect, then, that only W2K and WXP.pro can cope with
Kerberos auth. I would also suspect that other Windows systems can't. (I
don't know about /Me or /XP.home). XP.pro and W2K are also the only
Windows systems of which I'm aware that can do SMB over naked TCP
transport on port 445.
So, from a simple perspective, there is a relationship between SMB over
naked TCP and Kerberos Auth. That relationship is that the Windows
systems that can handle the former can handle the latter.
Anyway, I'm just trying to gain a better sense of that relationship and
This helps. Thanks!
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