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Re: Is Supported Single Sign On (SSO) on Windows?

From: <ml-tortoise_at_kuszelas.eu>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2010 19:16:59 +0100

> does Tortoise SVN client 1.6.11 support Single Sign On (SSO) on Windows (7 64bit), please? If yes what conditions must be met, please?
 TortoiseSVN 1.6.7 and higher come with a flaw in their neon library that
stops kerberos auth from working. Newer neon libraries contain the fix, so
hopefully one of upcoming Tortoise releases should start working again.

> Context: I observed svnserve /var/log/messages for svnserve entries and there is always one authorization request with anonymous_at_hostname before first user initiated request. Instead I'm kind of expecting that the very first request would be forward of the current Windows credentials taken from Local Security Authority (LSA Server Service). I'm configuring svnserve side to use SASL and forward to Windows hosted DS (Active Directory).

 That is how the problem manifests itself, first request come with Active
Directory credentials ( visibile as login_at_DOMAIN.COM ), but subsequent ones
loose the context.
 With old neon libraries this used to work, because every request created
new context.

best regards, Dariusz Pietrzak

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