windows authentication for cygwin sshd

Larry Hall
Mon Mar 15 22:03:00 GMT 2004

Hm, you must have some weird server configuration on that end then.  You 
shouldn't need to be more than a member of "Domian Users" (GID 10513)
AFAICS.  Certainly I can say it works for me.


At 03:07 PM 3/15/2004, you wrote:
>Oops, I didn't think the first message got sent, so I sent another with some more information.
>I did try running the command as a domain user, but I got the "Access Denied" error. Does this imply that I need to be something other than just a plain old user to execute the command? Something more than a plain old user but not necessarily a domain admin?
>thanks for your help.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Larry Hall <>
>To: "Calvin Smith" <>,
>Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2004 15:00:37 -0500
>Subject: Re: re: windows authentication for cygwin sshd
>If the user you're trying to access the domain with is not a valid domain
>user, then you will have problems like this.  You don't need to be the
>domain administrator to run 'mkpasswd' with '-d' but you will need to
>run it as a user that's a member of the domain.
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