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Re: Removing the domain from mod_auth_sspi usernames

From: G.J. Doornink <dkg_at_xs4all.nl>
Date: 2006-03-16 22:42:36 CET

Rob Oxspring wrote:
> Hi,
> We have a Windows box serving svn through mod_dav_svn and authenticating
> using mod_auth_sspi. It seems to be working well, except that the
> svn:author property ends up having the windows domain name in it which
> looks a little ugly. Maybe I've got things set up wrongly and someone
> can correct my setup, but until then I have written a hook that strips
> the domainname from svn:author.

mod_auth_sspi located at http://www.gknw.de/phpbb/ has, among others,
the following two options that greatly ease user administration:

  - set to 'on' if you want the usernames to have the domain
    prefix OMITTED, on = user, off = DOMAIN\\user

  - set to 'lower' if you want the username and domain to
    be lowercase, set to 'upper' if you want the username
    and domain to be uppercase, if not specified, username
    and domain case conversion is disabled

Kind regards,

Gerrit Jan Doornink

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Received on Thu Mar 16 22:50:55 2006

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