[cvsnt] Re: Problem connecting to repository using SSPI
matthew_schuckmann at amat.com
Wed Aug 3 16:58:12 BST 2005
Oh ya I don't know if it helps but here is the output (for my user) from
setting the ServerTraceLog
13:24:15: S -> CVS Server is acting as member of domain 'AMAT'
13:24:15: S -> Client sent 'BEGIN SSPI'
13:24:15: S -> Authentication protocol returned user(AMAT\BBeauchaine87408)
13:24:15: S -> Impersonating preauthenticated user using protocol specific
13:24:15: S -> wnt_chmod(C:\WINDOWS\TEMP/cvs-serv3080,0700)
13:24:15: S -> Client compatibility level is 1
13:24:16: S -> unlink_file_dir(C:\WINDOWS\TEMP/cvs-serv3080)
For my self
13:24:32: S -> CVS Server is acting as member of domain 'AMAT'
13:24:32: S -> Client sent 'BEGIN SSPI'
13:24:32: S -> Authentication protocol returned user(AMAT\MSchuckmann87407)
13:24:32: S -> Impersonating preauthenticated user using protocol specific
13:24:32: S -> wnt_chmod(C:\WINDOWS\TEMP/cvs-serv2892,0700)
13:24:32: S -> Client compatibility level is 1
13:24:32: S -> normalize_path(E:/DATA/CVSRepo)
13:24:32: S -> ...returns E:/DATA/CVSRepo
13:24:32: S -> Lock server connect to 127.0.0.1 port 2402
13:24:32: S -> wrap_add(*.a -kb, 0, 0)
13:24:32: S -> wrap_add(*.avi -kb, 0, 0)
13:24:32: S -> wrap_add(*.bin -kb, 0, 0)
It continues on and is eventually succesful but you can already see in this
little bit that it has gotten further.
I've got my IT guy looking at permissions and security settings, maybe he
will find something.
"Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message
news:dcp9sk$f0a$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Matt Schuckmann wrote:
> > I've turned on all kinds of security audit logging for myself, my user,
> > the SYSTEM and can't find any place where it reports a failure (plenty
> > successes but no failures)
> > I can see in the security logging where the SYSTEM account successfully
> > accesses the CVSROOT/config file and CVSROOT/passwd file then for me my
> > account accesses the root of the repository but in my users case it goes
> > accessing some temporary directory in the temp folder with out an error
> > failure or anything.
> > I don't get it.
> That's just wierd.
> The line you're failing on is just:
> error(1,errno,"Repository directory %s does not
> ie. It changes directory to the current repository, and if it can't just
> dies (because nothing else is going to work either unless it can do that).
> Permission denied is just that... the user doesn't have access.
> Precisely why you're not seeing the failure in the audit logs I have no
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