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RE: Apache authentication

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2004-03-01 09:03:38 CET

Felix Collins wrote:

Sorry for the full quote, but I think this should go back to the list.

> Lübbe Onken wrote:
> > I tried:
> > - NTLM authentication from apache against our windows
> domain -> works fine
> > in IE and Mozilla, but subversion clients don't seem to be able to
> > authenticate :-(
> Have you tried typing "NTDOMAINNAME\username" instead of just
> "username"
> when prompted for user and password? This is what I have to do with
> TSVN. Note the backslash.
I know about that, but my subversion clients fail *before* they even ask me
for a username/password. Somehow the svn client library cannot handle the
NTML authentication request at all.
> I am running SVN on Win2k server and clients on Win2K.
It looks like SSPI works for apache on Windows, but isn't available for
apache on unix. That's why it works for you. Has anyone found mod_auth_sspi
sources that compile and run under linux?


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Received on Mon Mar 1 09:03:10 2004

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