RE: Re: Is Supported Single Sign On (SSO) on Windows?
From: Petr Kuzel <petr.kuzel_at_sun.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2010 03:11:40 -0800 (PST)
> > 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?
Interestingly enough TortoiseSVN client for the svn protocol (svnserve on the server) seems to support following SASL mechanics only:
I have not found any update on TortoiseSVN client SASL capabilities in earlier release notes. In 1.6.6 changelog there is:
-- C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\Changelog.txt
Microsoft's materials on Single Sign On (SSO):
In an intranet, Kerberos version 5 protocol implementations on the Windows platform offer the user SSO because of the basic characteristics of the authentication protocol and the specific features of the way the protocol is implemented in Windows client and server operating systems.
I have not found similar claim for other protocol implementations.
To sum up, I do not see the Single Sign On (SSO) requirements satisfied because TortoiseSVN client does not provide GSSAPI (Kerberos 5, MIT implementation) mechanics (for the svn protocol).
Do you use some custom TortoiseSVN client build or have been the GSSAPI (Kerberos 5, MIT implementation)mechanics support for the svn protocol forgotten to be announced? (and become buggy in 1.6.7-(at time of writting)1.6.11)
Thank you ahead
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