I'd also like to see the pitch on SSO.

Charles Wilt

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick Botz [mailto:botz@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2004 2:52 AM
> To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
> Subject: RE: SSO and Novell -- was EIM
> Actually, Kerberos IS a standard. It was invented at MIT in 
> the early 80's.
> Not only is Kerberos used by Passport , but it is also used as the
> authentication mechanism whenever you log into a windows 
> 2k/3k domain...
> Now, if you don't want to configure your workstations to 
> participate in a
> windows domain, you can choose to run the Kerberos server on 
> a non-Windows
> platform such as Linux, any Unix, Apple, any IBM platform (except
> OS/400...currently,,,).
> Patrick Botz
> Senior Technical Staff Member
> eServer Security Architect
> (507) 253-0917, T/L 553-0917
> email: botz@xxxxxxxxxx
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