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Re: Removing the domain from mod_auth_sspi usernames

From: Rob Oxspring <roxspring_at_imapmail.org>
Date: 2006-03-17 16:47:20 CET

Mark Phippard wrote:
> Rob Oxspring <roxspring@imapmail.org> wrote on 03/16/2006 09:58:40 AM:
>> 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.
> I do not remember the name, but mod_auth_sspi has a directive you can
> include that does this automatically.

Yep SSPIOmitDomain does the trick:

Never mind, I've been meaning to play with python and the bindings for
ages - at least I've started that now!



> Mark
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