Looks like an interesting link ...
I'll let y'all know how this progresses ... looks like we'll have some form
of LDAP auth here though, although for now I'm going to assume the worst !!
> -----Original Message-----
> If you have the misfortune of working in a "native-mode" Win2k domain it
> may only support Microsoft's Kerberos implementation as the
> authentication mechanism, in which case I think things can get awkward.
>> As I understand it, the Active Directory is used for access control,
> rather than authentication per se.
>> Microsoft have made their extension to the krb5 ticket open - but not
> for GPL software (samba). I'm not sure whether this is in fact an
> obstacle or not, but I'd be very interested to hear in your progress, as
> I'll be facing this issue soon - on one of the networks I have to plug
> into the administrator has been threatening to go the Win2k krb only
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