Edgewall Software

Opened 13 years ago

Closed 13 years ago

#9948 closed defect (cantfix)

Trac on Windows using Apache w/ mod_wsgi , sspi

Reported by: livenitup603@… Owned by:
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I'm having an issue with Trac recognizing logged in users. I'm running my trac instance on a win2k8 box. The trac instance works fine, but doesn't recognize that a user has authenticated at all. I have set up this instance to use mod_wsgi with sspi. If i set it up to use basic auth with a .httpasswd file i have no issues. I have followed all the wiki's i could find to the "t" and still can't get it to recognize that a user is logged in. I do get the prompt that forces a user login so Apache is working properly in that aspect. But trac doesn't translate this at all.

Has anyone had this issue or know how i can resolve this.

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comment:1 by Christian Boos, 13 years ago

Resolution: cantfix
Status: newclosed

Sorry for the late answer, but the delay proves the point we make in the NewTicket page you should have read more carefully before creating that ticket: by asking on the MailingList, you'll reach a wider audience of users who may have faced (and possibly solved) the same issues as yours.

AFAIK, none of the Trac developers uses Apache on Windows with mod_wsgi and sspi.


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