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gss_export_sec_context(3)			     gss_export_sec_context(3)

       gss_export_sec_context()	 -  transfer  a	 security  context  to another
       process on a single machine

	      The deactivates the security context for the calling process and
	      creates  an  interprocess token which, when passed to in another
	      process, will re-activate the context in the second process.

       Only a single instantiation  of a given context may be  active  at  any
       one  time;  a  subsequent  attempt  by a context exporter to access the
       exported security context will fail.  is created such that it is	 func‐
       tionally identical to the original context.

       If creation of the interprocess token is successful, the implementation
       shall deallocate all process-wide resources associated with  the	 secu‐
       rity  context,  and set the context_handle to The ability to transfer a
       security context is indicated when the context is created, by  or  set‐
       ting the bit in their ret_flags parameter.

   Input Parameters
       context_handle	     Specifies the context handle identifying the con‐
			     text to transfer.

       interprocess_token    Specifies the token to be transferred  to	target

   Output Parameters
       minor_status	     Returns  a	 status	 code from the security mecha‐

       The following status codes can be returned:

       The routine was completed successfully.

       The context has expired

       The supplied context handle did not refer to a valid context.

       The operation is not supported.

       was developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc.


       The manpages for DCE-GSSAPI are included with the  DCE-CoreTools	 prod‐
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