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Kerberos for the Macintosh

Kerberos authentication software is one method that enables Dartmouth service providers and system administrators to restrict access to those services where identification is needed [for example, the Dartmouth Student Information System (Banner), DA$H card balances, degree audit, and Digital Library Collections]. This type of authentication has been in use at Dartmouth for many years, but is being phased out in favor of the PKI and Web authentication methods.

For more information, see PKI and Web Authentication.

Note: Kerberos authentication is not compatible with the Intel Macintosh computers. If you have an Intel Macintosh computer, you will need to use PKI certificates or the Web Authentication system for authentication.

Last Updated: 3/14/11