Perl extension for MIT Kerberos 5 admin interface
The Authen::Krb5::Admin Perl module is an object-oriented interface to the MIT Kerberos 5 admin server. This allows creation, deletion, renaming, and examination of Kerberos principals, changing passwords or keys, and changing policy settings in the KDC.
This module only supports the MIT Kerberos admin protocol. For Heimdal KDCs, see libheimdal-kadm5-perl instead.
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