[cvsnt] Newbie: remote login with sspi
kalifeh at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 1 00:13:44 BST 2003
by local user i meant a local to the server's machine
so it seems there is alot more to this than i thought. Ill have to either
setup a PDC or use pserver.
thanks for the reply
Alexandre Augusto Drummond Barroso wrote:
> What do you mean by local user? Local to your machine or local to your
> With SSPI protocol, you *don't* login using login command. Cvs authenticates
your connection using the windows login name. Usually a PDC (Primary Domain
Controller) authenticates a user as being a valid network user (not a local
user) if you login to the domain. Because of this situation, you don't need
valid passwords inside your passwd: CVSNT will never use them with SSPI
connections. It only checks passwords when connected through pserver or rhosts.
> Using SSPI when you issue a command to the cvs server, it authenticates your
*Windows* connection and checks if your login name exists inside passwd file.
> > -----Original Message-----
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