Re: Kerberos ticket needed for accessing local resource?

From: Eric Perlin [MS] (ericperl_at_online.microsoft.com)
Date: 09/23/04

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    The token obtained in the process of logging on is all you need to access
    local resources.
    When the DC is not available, you get a token if a "cached" logon succeeds
    (it requires that you have recently logged on to the machine).

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    "hyu" <hyu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:6B2C0EED-F60A-4B82-ACF5-DE0A487B9082@microsoft.com...
    > Hi,
    >
    > Is Kerberos ticket needed for accessing local resource? I know that
    logging
    > onto a domain is followed by an issuance of Kerberos ticket (if DC is
    > accessible). But, is this ticket necessary for accessing local resource? I
    > don't think it is, but I just want to confirm. If it is, then what happens
    > when you login to your computer as a domain user when DC is not accessible
    > (i.e. computer disconnected from Network)?
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > - Han
    

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