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Does mod_auth_sspi require Tomcat?

I've tried setting up mod_auth_sspi, but have not managed to get SSO working. I then realised that this may be because my stack (Uniform Server 8.2) doesn't include Tomcat. I read somewhere some ...
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$_SERVER['REMOTE_USER'] not found using LDAP SSO

Am trying to use the SSO LDAP module on Drupal. The LDAP authentication for Drupal works fine (people can login using their AD credentials on Drupal and be logged in, the test system also returns ...
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Kerberos + Ldap Setup not working with ssh

I have a Kerberos 5 + LDAP configuration in the same server. They both work well (I assume). Kerberos works fine when asking for a TGT. The problem comes when I try to login from client1 to ...
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What is the term for single source authentication that is not Single Sign-On?

I've been using the term "Single Source" for authentication schemes that use a single authentication source (e.g. a single LDAP service) but are not Single Sign-on. i.e. You have to log on more than ...
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Open LDAP Authentication - How to verify userPassword without bind?

What I am doing... Trying to implement single-sign-on for our organization’s all machines, blogs, wiki’s, CRM, HRM, project management tools, SVN, etc, etc... We have OpenLDAP installed and ...
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Apache mod_auth_kerb and LDAP user groups

I've been considering deploying mod_auth_kerb on our internal web servers to enable SSO. The one obvious problem I can see is that it's an all-or-nothing approach, either all your domain users can ...