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Inside Windows® Server 2003 by William Boswell

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MITv5 Kerberos Interoperability

If you have a network where you currently use MITv5 Kerberos for authentication, you are probably very interested in getting Windows Kerberos integrated into your system. By the same token, you may have an Active Directory domain where you want to use a Kerberos application that was coded to work in an MITv5 environment. In either case, you have a solid amount of work ahead of you to get the two systems to cooperate.

It is possible for a Kerberos realm and an Active Directory domain live side-by-side. Users from one side must access services and resources on the other side. Our job is to make that transition as seamless as possible. This section covers the general steps you would take to create a cross-realm trust ...

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