[Kerberos for Macintosh] [Applications] [Miscellaneous Documentation]
Kerberos for Macintosh may not work with foreign langauge versions of Mac OS 9.1 and higher. (Gives you an error saying that "MIT Kerberos•TicketKeeperLib could not be found.") Move the files "Kerberos Library" and "Keberos Support Library" from the "Kerberos" folder in the "Applications Support" folder to the "Extensions" folder, and restart your Macintosh. (Note - "Applications Support" and "Extensions" will have a localized names.) This problem is the result of a bug in the Mac OS. I experience pauses during typing when I have Kerberos tickets. Upgrade to Kerberos for Macintosh 4.0.3, which fixes this problem. In Mac OS 8.1, the Edit menu keyboard shortcuts do not function when the Kerberos Login dialog is displayed from Login Helper. None. Long v4 lifetimes may display incorrectly in the Kerberos Control Panel. None.
Some Kerberos v5 applications such as BetterTelnet and KLPR which have support for earlier versions fail on launch trying to find a Kerberos library. This is because the Kerberos v5 library CFM version number changed.
None. These applications will need to be rebuilt against the new libraries.
Applications may run out of memory sooner or not run at all because of insufficient memory.
Increase memory allocation by up to 250K. Kerberos for Macintosh 3.x requires more memory than 2.5.1.
Applications with custom CDEFs which override the Appearance CDEF will cause the Login dialog to behave strangely (eg: Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint).
None. You must close the resource file that contains the custom CDEF before calling Kerberos functions which may display a dialog.
Trying to open AppleShare server with KClient UAM from the Chooser does nothing.
Use the Network Browser.
Trying to open AppleShare server with KClient UAM from the Network Browser under Limited mode with Mac OS 9's Multiple Users does not succeed.
Make an alias to that server configured to use the KClient UAM available to that user.
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Last updated on $Date: 2003/11/18 22:02:14 $
Last modified by $Author: smcguire $