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RE: AD authentication for SVN

From: Adrian Wilkins <adrian.wilkins_at_nhs.net>
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2008 17:37:54 +0100

> It appears that Firefox
> is using the username and password to complete the NTLM protocol (I say
> this because if I press Esc then it pops up _another_ dialog again
> asking for username and password, but this time prompting with the Basic
> authentication string; this is the Basic authentication fall-back). What
> Firefox is _not_ doing is knowing where to get cached NTLM data for
> single-sign-on.

Firefox doesn't trust servers for NTLM by default. If you open


Fill this with a comma-seperated list of servers you trust. On Windows,
this provides single sign-on. I haven't tried this on Linux.

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