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Re: Windows Authentication

From: David Chilton <David-Chilton_at_utc.edu>
Date: 2005-07-27 00:51:23 CEST

i've used mod_auth_ntlm, with apache2 on windows. To do it with a
linux server you'd need to use kerberos/pam/LDAP depending on your
setup.

David

On Jul 26, 2005, at 12:52 PM, André Pönitz wrote:

>
> Mads Mřller Grřnfeldt wrote:
>
>> I want to authenticate against our Windows Active
>> Directory/domain server, and if you are already logged onto a
>> domain account, I do not wan't to enter my credentials every
>> time I commit/checkout something. Is this possible, and if so
>> how do I achieve this?
>>
>
> It is possible using e.g. AuthLDAP. There have been postings
> on that topic on this list as recent as last week.
>
> Andre'
>
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