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Kerberos Active Directory for HP Thin Clients

  title={Kerberos Active Directory for HP Thin Clients},
  author={Tenali Anusha and D. Saravana Priya and Prashanta Naik and B. Citrix Xen Server},
A specialized field in computer networking involves securing computer network infrastructure. In today's computing, organizations including universities and small to medium-sized businesses have to credit a wide range of services to its users. Many of these services require a form of authentication and/or authorization to securely verify the identities of users. Thin clients are used in academic institutions, in financial sectors, for training students, for research purpose and many other areas… 

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