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Sam forwarded me some emails from August 2006 in which problems in kinit, kdestroy, Host Explorer and SAPgui 6.2 were reported.  There were questions about the exact environment and sequences needed to reproduce the bugs.


What is the right thing to do now about these bugs?  SAPgui is now at 6.4 and a migration to 7.0 is required by the end of this month.   I don’t think there is much value in reproducing this bug.  The Host Explorer bug sounds worth investigating.  kinit and kdestroy should work from the command line in all supported environments.  Their function should be verified.




Kevin Koch