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Re: [ANNOUNCE] Apache-AuthenSmb-0.72

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  • Shannon Eric Peevey
    ... Basically, this only deals with subrequests for each individual request. This doesn t set a session for the whole time the user is interfacing with your
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 30, 2004
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      >How is the first request identified? Is there a http-session
      >set, or is it IP-based? How is a client identified?
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      Basically, this only deals with subrequests for each individual
      request. This doesn't set a session for the whole time the user is
      interfacing with your application. If you need something that does
      that, then you should look at programmatically creating a session
      through a cookie, (apache::authcookientlm comes to mind), or some other
      tool that is used to maintain state during the user's session.
      Apache-AuthenSmb only authenticates the user, it doesn't maintain
      state. (It is beyond the scope of the module)

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