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

From: Petr Kuzel <petr.kuzel_at_sun.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2010 06:11:18 -0800 (PST)

Hi Stefan,

> > Interestingly enough TortoiseSVN client for the svn protocol (svnserve on the server) seems to support following SASL mechanics only:
> >
> > •CRAM-MD5
> > •PLAIN
> > •LOGIN
> > •NTLM
> >
> > --http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/tsvn_1.5_releasenotes.html#cyrus-sasl
> The NTLM mechanism is the one you want: it supports SSO on Windows if
> you're part of a domain.

I my case the svnserve server is configured for the NTLM SASL mechanism only. The TortoiseSVN client is running on Windows system that is in domain.

I'm getting password prompt that is satisfied by typing the domain credentials of the currently logged in user.

For Single Sign On (SSO) I expect immediate authentication without a need for retyping the domain credentials of the currently logged in user. Have you ment the same, please?

  Best regards


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