KERB_TICKET_LOGON structure

The KERB_TICKET_LOGON structure contains profile information for a network logon.

It is used by the LsaLogonUser function.

Syntax


typedef struct _KERB_TICKET_LOGON {
  KERB_LOGON_SUBMIT_TYPE MessageType;
  ULONG                  Flags;
  ULONG                  ServiceTicketLength;
  ULONG                  TicketGrantingTicketLength;
  PUCHAR                 ServiceTicket;
  PUCHAR                 TicketGrantingTicket;
} KERB_TICKET_LOGON, *PKERB_TICKET_LOGON;

Members

MessageType

KERB_LOGON_SUBMIT_TYPE value identifying the type of logon request being made. This member must be set to KerbTicketLogon.

Flags

ULONG that can be set to KERB_LOGON_FLAG_ALLOW_EXPIRED_TICKET to allow a locked workstation to re-logon with expired ticket. Other values are ignored.

ServiceTicketLength

Indicates the length of the ServiceTicket buffer.

TicketGrantingTicketLength

Indicates the length of the TicketGrantingTicket buffer. Must be set to zero for an empty buffer.

ServiceTicket

Required ticket for service "host" or the computer account service principal name (SPN) in the form of an ASN.1 encoded Kerberos ticket. Expired tickets are acceptable if the Flags member is set to KERB_LOGON_FLAG_ALLOW_EXPIRED_TICKET.

TicketGrantingTicket

Optional buffer containing an ASN.1-encoded KRB_CRED message containing the user's Kerberos ticket-granting ticket (KRBTGT) to be used to initialize the credential cache. The ticket must have the "forwarded" flag set in the ticket options. The KRB_CRED message is defined in Section 5.8 of Internet RFC 4120. For more information, see http://www.ietf.org.

Remarks

The service ticket must be for the host SPN of the computer. If the ticket includes a Windows Privilege Attribute Certificate (PAC), it will be used to construct the user's logon token. Otherwise, an anonymous token will be created using the client principal name in the ticket.

If a ticket-granting ticket (TGT) is supplied as a KRB_CRED message, it is placed in the logon session credentials cache. If the TGT is omitted, the logon will be only for the local machine.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]

Header

Ntsecapi.h

 

 

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