Von: Markus Schaber [mailto:m.schaber_at_codesys.com]
> I know that this problem is not strictly SVN specific, but maybe one of the
> users here has experience with this and knows a solution:
> I'm currently trying to set up an SVN server on linux which authenticates
> against an Windows domain using NTLM - we want a single sign-on solution.
> The version of SASL is the debian libsasl2-2 package in version 2.1.25.dfsg1-
> 6+deb7u1 (debian wheezy on amd64) running with SVN 1.6.17 (but upgrading to
> SVN 1.7 or 1.8 is an option.)
> The configuration on the server side seems to be correct, but the
> authentication fails with the following message:
> NTLM: error in NEGPROT response parameters
> As far as I could google it, there seems to be a workaround (disabling SBM
> signing via group policy), but said workaround is not acceptable for our
> network administrators. The SMB Signing seems to be a security feature which
> is enabled by default on windows servers since 2003.
> Is there any other solution or workaround for this problem?
Just as a little clarification:
Our intention is to have a single sign on solution working with (most) windows clients, but the SVN server needs to run under (Debian) Linux.
It is not a must that we use NTLM, any other mechanism (like Kerberos) is also okay.
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