AFAIK no. Most are obvious-ish: disallow all, the client and server ones. The hardware preauth one is just a placeholder for unimplemented functionality. JPL never made much use of them.
The ok as delegate one could be important for AD interoperability if you do a HTTP-Negotiate with web servers. That’s just off the top of my head. > On Feb 17, 2017, at 3:30 PM, Adam Lewenberg <ada...@stanford.edu> wrote: > > I am looking for documentation on the attributes that can be set on a > principal. The only thing I could find is page 233 of Jason Garman's > "Kerberos: The Definitive Guide" from 2003. > > The kadmin page *lists* the attributes, but is there a man page or Heimdal > document page that *describes* what each attribute does and how it affects > the principal? > > Thanks, Adam Lewenberg > Personal email. hbh...@oxy.edu