The Solaris 8 release includes only the client-side portions of the Kerberos service, so many components are not included. This product enables systems that run the Solaris 8 release to become Kerberos clients without requiring you to install SEAM 1.0.1 separately. To use these capabilities, you must install a KDC that uses either Solaris Easy Access Server 3.0 or the Solaris 8 Admin Pack, the MIT distribution, or Windows 2000. The client-side components are not useful without a configured KDC to distribute tickets. The following components are included in this release:
User programs for obtaining, viewing, and destroying tickets – kinit, klist, and kdestroy.
User program for changing your Kerberos password – kpasswd.
Key table administration utility – ktutil.
GSS_API plug–ins – Provides Kerberos protocol and cryptographic support.
NFS client and server support.