[cvsnt] SSPI on Mac OS X client?

bwhicks at aep.com bwhicks at aep.com
Tue Jun 5 16:08:22 BST 2007

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cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org wrote on 06/05/2007 10:30:58 AM:

> > You may also be able to get gserver working depending on 
> > whether OSX has registered its host key & done a kinit on 
> > login etc. (last time I checked it didn't but that was a while ago).
> Thanks for the tips, Tony. I'll have to pass on the info to our IT 
> dept - I know nothing about NTLM and very little about Active 
> Directory (I know enough to know that I don't know enough to do 
> anything safely :-)

if I remember correctly, OSX is supposed to have fairly tight integration 
with MS Active Directory via Samba, although it's been fairly heavily 
modified to work with various OSX GUI tools and has some extra bits added 
to make it compatible with OSX's OpenDirectory product. Plain old 
authentication should work without too much trouble. 


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