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Re: SSPI support in Linux

From: Samay <getafix123_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-20 11:49:35 CET

> Hi Shirish,
> On 3/20/2006 3:33 PM, Samay wrote:
>>> If I install Subversion in Linux (say, Debian), is it possible to use
>>> Windows Domain authentication through SSPI protocol?
>> for Linux + apache + mod_dav_svn,
>> You can use mod_auth_kerb for Auhentication against win2k / win2k3 DC's.
>> more details at http://www.grolmsnet.de/kerbtut/
>> or you may also use mod_auth_pam for both both User & Group support using
>> with Samba/winbind
>> or you may use mod_auth_ldap for very fine grain control via Active
>> Directory.
> Thanks for your tips! For all the 3 solutions mentioned, I can still use
> the original Windows Domain login password without creating a new set of
> authentication accounts, right?

thats correct. They all can user authentication against user accounts in
Microsoft Active Directory. Mod_auth_kerb using gssapi also gives u single
sign on. See the URL above for details.


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