[cvsnt] Anyone Using sspi protocol with eclipse and CVSNT
benmeadowcroft at gmail.com
Wed Apr 27 17:03:43 BST 2005
On 4/27/05, Tony Hoyle <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote:
> BenM wrote:
> > If you are using the SSPI protocol via extnt you don't need to
> > specifiy a real user name and password, so that shouldn't matter.
> Yes you do - the ext protocol doesn't have the ability to not specify a
But do you have to specify a "real" user name (as opposed to a dummy
one) if you are using extnt & sspi in order to connect as a windows
> > repositoory location. You can specify an "anonymous" user name and a
> > blank password. The repository location should then look like (where
> That will only work if you have a user called 'anonymous'.
Does this apply even if you are using domain authentication? It seems
to work for me but perhaps I have a configuration error somewhere.
> The only reason to get 'unknown username or password' is in fact if the
> username and/or password is in fact incorrect.
> Note that you cannot do a 'cvs login' with ext so this must be done on
> the command line if you're not using your SSPI domain/user (since it's
> impossible to specify a password for ext either).
As we're talking about Eclipse & SSPI I assumed the OP was using
domain/user as there is no command line in Eclipse. I recognise that
this may have been a faulty assumption.
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