Hmm... I wasn't aware of a standard for Kerberos HTTP authentication,
either, although there has been some recent discussion on the http-wg list
about "ticket based authentication" (see
http://www.ics.uci.edu/pub/ietf/http/hypermail/2000/0165.html). How does
W2K implement this?
email@example.com on 08/15/2000 11:41:16 AM
IE5 on Windows 2000, and hence the MS IPP client on Windows 2000, does
authentication. IPP just rides on the back of whatever HTTP authentication
happens to be available.
"Carl Kugler/Boulder/IBM" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 08/15/2000 09:27:36 AM
Subject: Re: IPP> TES - Bake-Off Phone conference
> 1) A quick walk through the Bake-Off testing outline. The objective is to
> get some input on specific areas of testing.
> The document is located at
I see Kerberos listed under Authentication and Security. I didn't know IPP
had Kerberos authentication. I'm interested in finding out more about
this. Kerberos has a lot of advantages in a distributed environment, e.g.,
single sign on and centralized administration.
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