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4.3. Frequently Changing Fields Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
4.3. Frequently Changing Fields

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4.3. Frequently Changing Fields

4.3. Frequently Changing Fields

Some KDC implementations may wish to maintain the last time that a request was made by a particular principal. Information that might be maintained includes the time of the last request, the time of the last request for a ticket-granting ticket, the time of the last use of a ticket-granting ticket, or other times. This information can then be returned to the user in the last-req field (see section 5.2).

Other frequently changing information that can be maintained is the latest expiration time for any tickets that have been issued using each key. This field would be used to indicate how long old keys must remain valid to allow the continued use of outstanding tickets.

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