[OpenAFS] The removal of afscreds.exe and afs_config.exe on Windows
Vista and Windows 7: Seeking Opinions
Wed, 14 Oct 2009 10:23:56 +0200
Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> For Ragge I'm wondering if the benefit he is seeking is that of the AFS
> centric identity or the fact that the lock is easier to describe than
> the NetIdMgr cube which either contains an identity, an expired
> identity, or none at all.
Exactly. It's much easier to ask whether people see a padlock without a
than asking them to open the NetIdMgr and look for AFS credentials.
This is a minor issue, and I assume that we could write a small app that
if afs is alive and running on the machine.