[PATCH]: wbc: expand wbcAuthUserParams to pass
jerry at plainjoe.org
Tue May 19 23:16:35 GMT 2009
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Steven Danneman wrote:
> Eliminating support for "username map" in conjunction with NTLMv2 would
> remove the need to pass a second username through wbc. This is of
> course a decent feature limitation.
I was just curious. Not suggesting it as a real change. Just
wondering about limiting the scope of the problem.
> As far as having the correct domain, which was used to create the hash,
> from the V2Response blob, empirically I haven't seen this. From Vista,
> if a NULL domain is sent, the V2Response blob still contains the NetBios
> name of the server. I've attached a pcap.
Yeah. I see that in the trace. Thanks. Helped a bunch. Not sure
that we could generalize anything from it. The DNS domain name is NULL
as would be expected so I would bet there is some correlation.
I'll look into it some more, but unless I have any working solution,
I'd have to agree with the structure change. Of course, that is just
from a technical code audit PoV and has no real bearing on whether
the change is accepted into upstream.
"What man is a man who does not make the world better?" --Balian
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