SockAuth, Kerberos, AcceptSecurityContext() fails with SEC_E_NO_CREDENTIALS after a while
I am testing SockAuth for Kerberos authentication on Windows XP SP2
with Platform SDK April 2005.
client.exe -szushi -tnao -pKerberos
This works fine for several hours after I log in to my PC.
Package Name: Kerberos
Connected to server as user: ANONYMOUS LOGON
However, after I leave the PC up and screen locked for a while, say,
overnight, when I come back, unlock the screen and run the test, the
same test would fail. In server.exe, AcceptSecurityContext() fails
I suspected one of the tickets had expired. However, kerbtray.exe
shows that all the tickets, including krbtgt of my account (nao), had
been renewed successfully.
So I am at a loss. Could anyone shine a light on a solution to this?
Has something expired during the night? If it did, how can I renew it?
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