[Moin-user] SSPI authentication

waqas ahmad waqas805 at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 12 02:53:51 EST 2009

Thanks for quick reply. I have checked my httpd.conf file.The only difference in my wikis httpd.conf files is "port_difference". And i found the reason that why one wiki doesn't prompt the login window. 
you know when i running my apache on port:80, then it always prompt the login window.Now i changed the port (eg.2524), then it does not show any login window. it goes directly in the moinmoin pages.
its really wonder. Can you tell me why this is happening..I shall be thankfull to you....
One thing more i want to ask. I want to online my wiki for my other branches and my customers. I am affraid that this authentication is not great.what you suggest me about authntication. Should i change to ldap authentication.Or is it ok?
Best Regards,
Waqas Ahmad

Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 10:54:08 -0600Subject: Re: [Moin-user] SSPI authenticationFrom: rick.vanderveer at gmail.comTo: waqas805 at hotmail.comCC: moin-user at lists.sourceforge.netHey Waqas,It sounds like something is wrong with your apache configuration, because it should prompt for login authentication before *anything* else happens.  For example, even if your moin installation was completely screwed up and throwing errors, Apache would *still* prompt for your login before moin/python even entered the picture.Carefully go over your Apache httpd.conf file looking for typo's, etc.  I'm sure you'll find it.-Rick
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 10:11 AM, waqas ahmad <waqas805 at hotmail.com> wrote:

 Hi,  I have question regarding to sspi authentication. i am using same authentication method for my two moinmoin wiki..one is completely installed on my local computer and other is installed on our main server machine. and i am using same configuration for both moinmoin wikis. # Configuration for mod_auth_sspi <IfModule mod_auth_sspi.c>    <Location /supwiki>        AuthName "A Protected supwiki"        AuthType SSPI        SSPIAuth On        SSPIAuthoritative On        SSPIOfferBasic On        SSPIBasicPreferred Off        # SSPIUsernameCase lower        require valid-user  SSPIOmitDomain On    </Location></IfModule># End of mod_auth_sspi.  when i access my wiki with iexplorer, which i installed on my local computer, always give me first login window, where i have to give user name and password for authentication.and then i can see my wiki front page. But when i access my other wiki, which is installed on our main server, it never gives the login window, it simply show the main wiki page.  i think, it is working like SingleSignOn. when the config is same for both wikis then why one gives the pop-up login window and other not. Best Regards,  Waqas Ahmad

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