The O'Reilly book was published in 2003. A lot has changed since 2003; Active Directory is everywhere (and Samba 4 is nearing release), the 'LDAP database' feature mentioned as experimental by a reviewer has surely matured within the last decade. IPv6 is mainstream, equally supported by Windows, Linux and BSD systems, and all three of those stacks have support for IPSec. And what about using AD's KDC in a central role on a network? The reviewer from 2003 also made several suggestions for fixes and cleanups.
I'd love to get to know more about Kerberos, and I want to learn more about using Kerberos auth for SASL, email, SSH...but I don't want to spend to pick up a security book a decade old.
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And a lot of the Server and Active Directory kits or books will at least cover it to some degree, but maybe not the depth you're looking for.
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