Apache 2.0 module mod_auth_sspi
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Overviewmod_auth_sspi is the successor to mod_ntlm.
The current release works with Apache 2.0.40 and later releases.
mod_auth_sspi is a module written for the Windows NT/2000 version of Apache. It allows Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 3 and up), and Windows clients that use the WININET API to authenticate using any of the authentication protocols built into the Windows Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI). It allows an Apache/NT web server administrator to use the existing NT security infrastructure to authenticate users.
Mod_auth_sspi processes user access restrictions just like the rest of Apache. That is, you put a require directive into the appropriate .htaccess or <Directory> configuration section, and authentication will be performed.
Mod_auth_sspi is probably most useful in intranets. Authentication can happen transparently, using the user's current username and password - however, basic authentication is still supported.
Additionally, to compile from source Microsoft Visual C++ version 6 is required.
Current version: 1.0.4
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