Kerberos - Windows


Kerberos management on Windows




The following tools obtain, list, and manage Kerberos tickets on Windows:

  • kinit: You use the kinit tool and its options to obtain and cache Kerberos ticket-granting tickets.
  • klist: You use the klist tool to display the entries in the local credentials cache and key table.
  • ktab: You use the ktab tool to manage the principal names and service keys stored in a local key table.

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