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Kerberos credential delegation

manto kumar
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Joined: Jan 10, 2012
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I am currently trying to enable a spnego based SSO Application. As part of this I seek to get the delegated credentials.

How to verify that the credential I get after "GSSContext.acceptSecContext(gss, 0, gss.length);" is a delegated credential or not. "GSSContext.getCredDelegState()" is true.

My primary doubt is whether the server principal in the ticket should be "krbtgt/ABC.XYZ.COM@ABC.XYZ.COM" or should be the service "(HTTP/host.ABC.XYZ.com)" for which the ticket was delegated?``

Please see image attached.

I am using a linux based Kerberos server and linux hosts for this.

Is there any reference to what the delegated ticket should be like?


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