AuthMan - a kerberos authentication client for the Macintosh


AuthMan is a kerberos authentication client for the Macintosh. AuthMan is being made freely available for everyone to use. We are providing this release so that those individuals with an interest in using Kerberos on the Mac will have a sampling of what is being done with Kerberos on the Mac here at the University of Michigan.

Caveat: Export of this software from the United States of America is assumed to require a specific license from the United States Government. It is the responsibility of any person or organization contemplating export to obtain such a license before exporting.

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Obtaining AuthMan

AuthMan is made freely available by the University of Michigan for everyone to use. The latest version of AuthMan is 1.2.0. Click here to view the README.

Click here to download the Mac Kerberos Installer. This includes AuthMan 1.2.0 and KClientMan 1.1.

University of Michigan Faculty, Staff and Students: Click here to download the U of M version of the Mac Kerberos Installer.

Mailing Lists and Contact Information

General comments and questions should be sent to:

Bug reports or problems should be sent to:

AuthMan Related Links

Known Bugs and Incompatibilities

Resources for System Administrators and Developers

The complete source code to AuthMan and AuthMan UAM (written with Think C) is now available. This will be useful to those who want to make serious changes or to anyone who can use some of the code. Please share your changes if you do make any.

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