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TitleWhy is OA60 required as part of ServiceKerberosPrincipalName?
URL Name9903
Article Number000127710
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Is OA60 required as the Service Class part of ServiceKerberosPrincipalName?
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OA60 is not required.  The service class is chosen during Kerberos configuration. OpenAccess does not have a standard service class like some products do; it is configured by the user when they set up Kerberos in their environment.
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Last Modified Date9/14/2015 2:49 AM
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