[cvsnt] Re: cvsnt & Eclipse
tmh at nothing-on.tv
Mon Sep 2 11:29:53 BST 2002
On Mon, 02 Sep 2002 07:32:52 +0200, Bo Berglund
<bo.berglund at telia.com> wrote:
>A *really long shot*:
>What happens if you rename the pserver_protocol.dll to
>pserver_protocol.dll.old and then make a copy of the sspi_protocol.dll
>with the name pserver_protocol.dll?
>These two are very similar in that they can accept the user at server
>part of the CVSROOT string. But I guess that the pserver part of the
>string will break this idea?
That would probably work on the client side, but if you did it on the
server it would just break it.
I guess eclipse uses its own client (or a version of the cvshome.org
one) and the problem is at the server side.
The rules that the server uses for checking users are:
If the server is not part of a domain, only local users on the server
If 'Use local users instead of domain' is set, the above is true also.
If a domain is not specified, the server checks users on its local
If you are using cross-domain logins, a trust relationship must exist
between the two domains (sufficient to do LsaEnumerateAccountRights on
the remote domain). I think this must be bi-directional trust (which
is what we use here) but you might get away with less.
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