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Re: Heimdal client for Windows

I had an exchange with Jeffrey Altman on MIT's krbdev list where I  
worked through all the config items in Mozilla relatives to make a  
Windows client use the Kerberos libraries in KfW.  You ought to be  
able to find it with Google.  It works.

MS IE will always use the Microsoft kerberos implementation and the  
tickets in the LSA.

On Jan 21, 2007, at 10:11 PM, Stefan Gohmann wrote:

> Am Sonntag, 14. Januar 2007 01:08 schrieb Phil Pennock:
>> Myself, I don't have our Windows laptop use Kerberos to sign-in;
>> instead, I want it to be able to get Kerberos credentials after  
>> sign-in
>> before access services.  For that, I use MIT Kerberos for Windows,  
>> which
>> I can confirm works on XP Home and XP Pro with a Heimdal KDC  
>> (server).
>> It works with Firefox and Thunderbird, with appropriate about:config
>> tinkering, and with Mulberry (another free mail client).
> Is it possible, that the internet explorer also use these ticket?
> Cheers
> Stefan
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