ssh gives nt authority/system windows who
Wed May 23 17:35:00 GMT 2007
On May 23 18:52, Lucio Cosmo wrote:
> Il giorno 16/mag/07, alle ore 16:15, Larry Hall (Cygwin) ha scritto:
> >be to make this work. The first option is less secure and the second
> >limits you to only using ssh as the user you're running the service as
> >(you can run more than one sshd service though if you need to support
> >more general access too).
> >>Then, what is the subauth functionality and where I can find doc
> >>about ?
> I read just a bit of these, I'm looking around for a real explanation
> of what subauth is.
The docs on msdn.microsoft.com explain it. However, subauth in Cygwin
is deprecated. The new method is using a real LSA authentication module,
but it's not officially released yet. It only exists in the developer
snapshots on http://cygwin.com/snapshots/
You can find a quick explanation in
Did I mention that this is not officially released yet? Use at your own
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