[OpenAFS] is this what windows folks call "integrated login"?

Derrick Brashear shadow@dementia.org
Sat, 21 Aug 2010 19:10:20 -0400

Did you try the feature that 'obtains tickets at login' in the prefs pane?


On Aug 21, 2010, at 7:03 PM, Adam Megacz <adam@megacz.com> wrote:

> I have a MacOS laptop.  My username and local password on the laptop
> happen to match my kerberos username and password.  My kerberos tickets
> expire after 10 hours, but are renewable for 10 *days*.
> It occurred to me that it would be nifty if my laptop acquired kerberos
> tickets for me when I logged in (during the brief window when my
> un-hashed password is present in laptop RAM), and made an attempt to
> renew them once an hour (if connected to the network).  This would save
> me having to do a separate kinit after logging in, and having to
> re-kinit every 10 hours.  I've got a screensaver lock and encrypt my
> swapfile, so I'm not too worried about physical theft issues resulting
> in ticket theft.
> Is there a piece of software that does this?  It's been a long, long
> time since I used Windows, but it sounds like this feature is what the
> Windows client calls "integrated login".  Or maybe not.  Either way, is
> there a way to get MacOS to do this?
> Thanks,
>  - a
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