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Re: Antwort: Windows authentication

From: Alec Kloss <alec.kloss_at_oracle.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2008 08:55:44 -0600

On 2008-11-14 09:49, Bob Archer wrote:
> I thought I had researched using sasl with Windows auth and couldn't
> find how to do it. Are there any resources, blogs, docs you can point me
> to that will help me set up saslGSASPI on a windows server with
> svnserve? Thanks in advance.

I am going to try to write up a comprehensive Subversion SSO
cookbook this weekend.

Unfortunately, I've never seen a Windows build of Cyrus SASL which
includes GSSAPI support, so you'll probably have to build this
yourself. For the most part, you set up Subversion the same on
Windows or Unix (with a few caveats), so you can pretty much use
anyone's Unix-oriented guides as long as your salt them
judiciously. Unlike a lot of things, the Unix path is much more
heavily travelled in this case than the Windows path. Even if you
don't want to do your production installation on Linux/Unix, you
may want to do your prototyping there as you can pretty much get
everything either pre-built or built by your distribution's package
management system.

Alec.Kloss_at_oracle.com			Oracle Middleware
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