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Solaris 8 Security by Edgar Danielyan

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Planning Kerberos Deployment

After reading through the case studies, you should now have a clear idea of whether your particular organization or site needs Kerberos. If the answer is yes, you have to decide on your Kerberos deployment strategy and draw up a to-do list. Here is an example you can use to get started:

  1. Have Kerberos software installed on all systems that will use Kerberos. Make sure you are using the same version on all systems.Version 5 is recommended.

  2. Dedicate two physically and logically secure systems to be Kerberos servers. One of them will be the master server, and the other one will be a slave server. If possible, these servers should reside in different parts of the building or site and be on different physical networks (subnets). ...

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