mstefani at redhat.com
Wed Apr 19 04:17:10 CDT 2006
Kai Blin wrote:
> * Kai Blin <blin at gmx.net> [17/04/06, 20:44:30]:
>>Now what I wanted to as was the following. I've recently started to look
>>into the GENSEC library samba4 has to implement SSPI authentication and
>>signing/sealing, as the latter is impossible to do with ntlm_auth. Now,
>>would you consider this to be too cheesy to do as a project for summer
>>of code? If yes, I would of course try to think of something else I can
>>do, but I'd really like to see SSPI doing all that's possible on win32
>>one day. And I think GENSEC is the way to go.
> Judging from the lack of feedback as compared to the other proposals, I
> guess you don't like it. I'll go look for something else then.
I do not think it's a matter of liking it or not but that's a part of
Wine that probably only you and Juan Lang are familiar with. From the
perspective of the $HOME user it isn't usefull for them but what about
the business Wine users? That question can be probably answered by the
Codeweaver guys and Dan Kegel.
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