Oops, let me clarify that last post. After reading it, it sounds as if I am
telling you to look for those resources, which is totally the opposite, I
apologize .

I meant to ask if it was even theoretically possible to adapt the cron jobs
to run off of IIS instead of a Unix server.


On 7/17/08, Sharad Desai wrote:
>
> Thanks Russ.
>
> >Given your platform constraints and desire to avoid Active Directory, I
> >think Cosign is definitely your best option. However, I believe that you
> >will need a UNIX server to run the Cosign login daemon, even though you
> >can use IIS for specific web applications. I could be wrong, since I
> >don't run it myself, but you should check on that if that will be a
> >problem.

>
> Is the Unix server for a cron job? If so, then there are some
> resources that can maybe run this job on IIS. I'm not quite sure, but from
> what I've read there are some out there. Let me know if those sound bogus
> or if you think it can be done.
>
> Thanks again
>
> On 7/17/08, Russ Allbery wrote:
>>
>> "Sharad Desai" writes:
>>
>> > Also, (I'm not sure how familiar people are with Cosign) since Cosign
>> > transforms Kerberos authentication to a cookie-based authentication
>> > which the browsers can use, I was wondering if you have had any
>> > experience with this.

>>
>> Given your platform constraints and desire to avoid Active Directory, I
>> think Cosign is definitely your best option. However, I believe that you
>> will need a UNIX server to run the Cosign login daemon, even though you
>> can use IIS for specific web applications. I could be wrong, since I
>> don't run it myself, but you should check on that if that will be a
>> problem.
>>
>> --
>> Russ Allbery (rra@stanford.edu) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/
>> >

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