Still same problem.
 
Kind regards!
 
Göran Hjorth
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeffrey Altman via RT
To: goran.hjorth@home.se ; rubin@iit.edu ; mjl@andrew.cmu.edu ; jkern@andrew.cmu.edu ; diskin@andrew.cmu.edu
Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 5:02 PM
Subject: [krbdev.mit.edu #2548] leash32.exe can not read memory

I really think I've got it this time.  There was another problem not
related to thread deadlocks.  The krb5_ccache "MSLSA:" code was
improperly freeing memory allocated with LocalAlloc().  This was
resulting in an out of memory situation but only for a subset of Win32
APIs.  The side effect was seen either as a null pointer reference
within cc_mslsa.c or a crash when attempting to read values from the
registry.

Please download and install:

/afs/athena.mit.edu/user/j/a/jaltman/Public/Leash/MITKerberosForWindows-2.6.2-pre-beta-2.exe
http://web.mit.edu/~jaltman/Public/Leash/MITKerberosForWindows-2.6.2-pre-beta-2.exe

A public Beta 2 based on this code will be packaged and announced later
today. 

Thanks.

Jeffrey Altman