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

From: Petr Kuzel <petr.kuzel_at_sun.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 02:39:32 -0800 (PST)

Hi Dariusz,

thank you for the prompt reply. I tried to downgrade to TSVN 1.6.6 but it has no observable positive effect.

Unfortunately, regarding context, I realized that I certainly lack some knowledge. I can imagine that TSVN client initiates SASL negotiation with server side svnserve (SASL configured, it puts on a negotiation table capabilities of the registered SASL providers). I miss the next step, what should be negotiation outcome in case of desired Single Sign On (SSO)? Who is reponsible for contacing the Local Security Authority (LSA Server Service)?

Speculation #1: a SASL provider on the server side => my server side configuration problem because I have not found Cyrus SASL provider for Local Security Authority (LSA Server Service).

Speculation #2: TSVN client (1.6.6) but in this case the client has probably some (unknown for me) specific expectations on the server side SASL provider capabilities.

As usually, reality might be far from my speculations.



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