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Problems with win32 NTLM single sign on

From: Tom Wieczorek <TWieczorek_at_idgmbh.de>
Date: 2006-01-02 17:27:35 CET


at our company, we use SVN with Apache 2.0 and mod_auth_sspi to authenticate
users against a NT4 domain. When using a win32 SVN client using neon 0.25 (I
tried the CLI and TSVN) on my notebook (which is not part of the domain),
the client locks when accessing the repository and the Apache error log
grows and grows with the message (OS 1326) unknown user name or bad password
(approximately 5 times per second). If I use a client with neon 0.24 (and
basic auth) or if I set SSPIOfferSSPI in httpd.conf to off, a login dialog
appears and everything works fine.

We need neither single sign on nor NTLM auth, so I'm just fine with
disabling NTLM, but I'm curious. Any idea what's going wrong here? What
happens if the client credentials are rejected by the server, e.g. beacuse
the user logged in is not part of the domain?

Thank you for your help.

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