dominique.faure at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 09:43:48 CDT 2007
On 7/26/07, Sameer Kumar <skumar at eharch.com> wrote:
> On 7/26/07, Sameer Kumar <skumar at eharch.com> wrote:
> > Dominique,
> > I have tried and could not get sspi to work; I don't know enough about
> > apache or sspi and am giving up on it.
> I already manage to make it work successfully, defining a 'protected'
> directory containing following files:
> ~~~What does 'protected' directory mean?? Is it the main pmwiki
> directory? Is it the home directory of the website? Or is it a new
> directory that is called 'protected'?? where is this new directory
I defined a directory named "protected", which I configured with the
Since this directory is directly defined under my web root directory,
I could also have configured it into a:
block in the httpd.conf server configuration file.
> ~~~Similarly, in the code below, do I have to modify text like "A
> Protected Place" and MYDOMAIN and replace it with my specific
> <IfModule mod_auth_sspi.c>
> AuthName "A Protected Place"
> AuthType SSPI
> SSPIAuth On
> SSPIAuthoritative On
> SSPIOfferBasic On
> #SSPIBasicPreferred On
> #SSPIDomain MYDOMAIN
> SSPIOmitDomain On
> #SSPIUsernameCase On
> require valid-user
The AuthName is the Realm text to display when the server has to use
the basic authentication (ntlm-uncompatible browser).
MYDOMAIN is the domain name where your users are defined (the line has
to be uncommented to be taken in account).
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