[cvsnt] Re: sspi protocol

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Sat Jul 10 02:32:36 BST 2004

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Steve Forsyth wrote:

> Again, excuse my lack of knowledge in the networking side of things... 
> but, I just want to verify that in order to use sspi, the server must be 
> authenticated to a domain?... and the username/login would have to 
> belong to that domain?
> I'm asking because I have a home computer that I am trying to use the 
> ext wrapper for sspi, I couldn't login due to authentication issues and 
> then I realized that I don't have my server as part of a domain.

You need to be running the server on a machine with capable networking 
permissions (XP home does NOT fall under that category, XP Pro does, but 
make sure you turn off "simple network sharing").  I don't think you 
need to be part of a domain.

Glen Starrett

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