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The function descriptions included are up to date, even if the description of the functions may be hard to understand for the novice Kerberos programmer.The Kerberos model is based in part on Needham and Schroeder's trusted third-party authentication protocol and on modifications suggested by Denning and Sacco.Version 4 is publicly available, and has seen wide use across the Internet.Version 5 (described in this document) has evolved from Version 4 based on new requirements and desires for features not available in Version 4.
User Experience: Upon changing their Active Directory network password users will NOT be prompted to enter or update it on their mobile device(s). Security: Reverse Proxy (CSW) if configured, Authentication Redirection by 401-Challenge Response (AAA), and User Certificate requirement. SSL Offloading: the ability to unload heavy CPU transactions from your Windows Servers (Exchange CAS). Access Control: Management of who can access on mobile device (User Client Certificates) Informational Notes: Document updates are marked in RED. All sessions will be dropped but no authentication prompt will be presented on the device, this is the same behavior as with Microsoft Forefront TMG.The Kerberos database resides on the Kerberos master computer system, which should be kept in a physically secure room.