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Re: bug: Wrong Author name on checkin (cached NTLM auth?)

From: Yu Yokota <yyokota_at_burgiss.com>
Date: 2007-12-11 21:12:56 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:
> You can configure mod_auth_sspi to always use basic authentication with:
> SSPIBasicPreferred on

Thanks for your quick reply.
I have been trying to shut off the SSPI from the auth_sspi's end but no
luck so far.

<Location /svn >
   Require valid-user
   AllowOverride None

   AuthType SSPI

   AuthName "BAR Domain"

   SSPIAuth on
   SSPIOfferSSPI off
   SSPIAuthoritative off

   SSPIDomain BAR
   SSPIOfferBasic on
   SSPIBasicPreferred on

   SSPIOmitDomain on

   DAV svn
   SVNParentPath "F:\repository"

   AuthzSVNAccessFile "C:/Program Files/Subversion/accessfile.txt"

Even with the above configuration, I can still run "SVN Update" from
TortoiseSVN after clearing authentication data from the Settings dialog.
I updated the Apache to 2.0.59 and mod_auth_sspi to 1.0.4, just to make
sure, but the result were the same.

Next I tried to shut off SSPI from TortoiseSVN's end.
I tried it by putting
http-auth-types = basic

into servers file but that did not do change the situation. Is
"http-auth-types" available for 1.4.5?
If not how can I shut off SSPI for 1.4.5?

 From your comment on http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2006-10/0227.shtml
"Re: On backporting r21531 to 1.4.x."
> Or if the admin has set up different user accounts for the
> repository than the users use to log in to their workstations
> (happens a *lot* from what I get on the mailing list).
there seems to be other cases similar to mine. Did they have successful
result with SSPIBasicPreferred?


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