best description of microsoft kerberos extensions i have seen

Paul Vixie vixie at mibh.net
Tue Mar 28 22:47:13 UTC 2000


From: Ben Russo <Ben at UnitedMessaging.com>
Subject: Re: Sun's SEAM, MIT Kerberos and Windows 2000 interoperability
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Oleg Tipisov wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I'm new to Kerberos and hope you'll explain me some things
> on auth and UNIX<->W2k interoperability.
>




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