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Configuring Kerberos Authentication


Configuring Kerberos Authentication

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K. Brian Kelley
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Great article Brian. Very structured. Thanks for spending the time writing it.
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Wow, this monday some people asked me about this,
I was looking thrue the web for an concentrated information and there it is Smile

thanks a lot.
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I've been waiting a long time for an article like this.

Finally kerberos is explained in words even I can understand.

Well done!
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Excellent Brian! THANKS
I have read many articles explaining exactly this, but your's tops the list by far!



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Brilliant article! I'm due to configure kerberos authentication early next year on one of our servers to shore up security, and this helps clear up a few queries I had about it all. Thanks!
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This is by far the clearest explanation of Kerberos and its relevance to SQL Server that I have seen. Many thanks!
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Truly excellent article, thanks.



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Very interesting article, very helpful and clearly written. I just set up a Domain/User to run SQL 2000 on a Win2K server had had to reattach the server to the domain and reboot for all settings to take effect and allow Windows Authentication to work using SSMS to connect to server. Does your approach require rebooting?
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Great article Brian. Will there be a follow-up on setting up Kerberos delegation? I could use it.



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