[Cvsnt] Does Ntserver authentication over a VPN required that the dispara te LANs be trusted domains?
brian-l-smith at uiowa.edu
Wed Feb 20 18:43:36 GMT 2002
One of our users issues the "NET USE" command on the command line and
then TortoiseCVS works.
Russ Freeman wrote:
> Related to this, I use CVSNT on top of the standard Win2000 VPN via
> TortoiseCVS. Because TortoiseCVS is an explorer extension I don't have the
> option to submit a net use command. However it still works. It seems that as
> long as you have an account on the server with the same name and password as
> that on the client machine it will work.
> "Brian Smith" <brian-l-smith at uiowa.edu> wrote in message
> news:3C72EAFE.3070609 at uiowa.edu...
>>We could only get NTSERVER to work over a VPN if the client first issues
>>a "net use ..." command as explained in the CVSNT installation guide on
>>Joel Lemon wrote:
>>>Thanks for your last response to my questions.
>>>One question about a hypothetical situation using CheckPoint VPN1 to
>>>a single CVS server in one domain from a separate domain on another
>>>using the CVS "ntserver" authentication method in CVS Server for NT.
>>>Would this require that the users on a separate domain establish a trust
>>>authenticate via NT Servers in any way?
>>>We don't want to use a method that requires either of these (trust or nt
>>>Thanks in Advance for your reply.
>>>Joel Robert Lemon
>>>Information Technology Manager
>>>POINT, Inc. (Kansas City)
>>>16900 W. 118th Terrace
>>>Olathe, Kansas, USA 66061
>>>P: (913)-492-7585 Ext. 2740
>>>E: jlemon at point-inc.com
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