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2018-12-09 21:25:55 GMT <AFaust> Maybe someone already had to deal with this - my Google-fu does not yield any real documentation right now. Does LibreOffice actually support working with Alfresco via a Kerberos-secured WebDAV / CMIS endpoint?
2018-12-09 21:34:12 GMT <alfresco-discord> <yreg> You mean the edit online feature ?
2018-12-09 22:12:38 GMT <AFaust> Edit Online for one, yes
2018-12-09 22:15:33 GMT <AFaust> I had a small Community-using org contact me recently with issues using CIFS + Kerberos on Terminal Server... after explaining to them the situation with CIFS and advising to switch to AOS, they also had to enable Kerberos for non-CIFS SSO which they hadn't before)
2018-12-09 22:16:05 GMT <AFaust> Now of course that Kerberos activation seems to mess with WebDAV access from other clients, such as LibreOffice...
2018-12-09 22:18:07 GMT <AFaust> I have also learned that they have some Public API ReST and other WebDAV clients that rely on HTTP BASIC unfortunately, so they basically have a sort-of unsolvable situation..
2018-12-09 22:19:09 GMT <AFaust> I was just wondering about the LibreOffice in particular because I had expected it to be able to use Windows Integrated Authentication since it has been available in a Windows-based app variant for quite a while
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