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

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2010 18:49:01 +0100

On 29.11.2010 15:11, Petr Kuzel wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
>>> Interestingly enough TortoiseSVN client for the svn protocol
>>> (svnserve on the server) seems to support following SASL
>>> mechanics only:
>>> --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?

Since I've never used the GSSAPI NTLM module, I just thought it would
support SSO, but apparently its still needed to enter the credentials.


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