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Webauth install on Win 2003

Russ Allbery eagle at windlord.stanford.edu
Tue Apr 24 13:27:12 PDT 2007


Alan Hebert <ahebert at stanford.edu> writes:

> Hi webauth gurus.  I've been tasked with installing Webauth in front of
> some bio-informatics software on a Win 2003 server.

> OK, I have read through and followed the instructions here:

> http://webauth.stanford.edu/windows.html

> and read through information here:

> http://webauth.stanford.edu/install.html

> ...though an awful lot of what I'm reading at that second URL doesn't
> make a whole lot of sense to me.  When I visit the website that needs to
> be behind the authentication process, nothing really shows up that's
> related to webauth....just the links to the bio-informatics software
> that we're hosting.

> Has anybody out there done a successful implementation of Webauth on Win
> 2003 server, and want to share some insights?

Rather than trying to use the old Windows Apache build, you may be better
off going with:

    http://www.adunar.com/webauth/

which is a more native port that works with IIS.

-- 
Russ Allbery <eagle at windlord.stanford.edu>
Technical Lead, ITS Unix Systems and Applications, Stanford University



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