We are trying to connect to a MOSS 2007 server with davfs. But here's what happen:
(I changed my website name and other confidential informations)
mount -t davfs https://website/sites/Documents/ wss
Please enter the username to authenticate with server
https://website/sites/Documents/ or hit enter for none.
Please enter the password to authenticate user username@domain.COM with server
https://iwebsite/sites/Documents/ or hit enter for none.
/sbin/mount.davfs: the server certificate is not trusted
issuer: website, com
subject: Technologie, company, city, CA
You only should accept this certificate, if you can
verify the fingerprint! The server might be faked
or there might be a man-in-the-middle-attack.
Accept certificate for this session? [y,N] y
/sbin/mount.davfs: Mounting failed.
Could not authenticate to server: ignored NTLM challenge
This are two issues.
Your system does not have a CA-certificate of website, com and therefore can't validate the server's certificate. Please use 'man davfs2.conf' for more information.
The server wants Windows NTLM authentication. I don't know much about this and am not interested in NTLM (davfs2 knows HTML authentication schemes Basic and Digest). It should be possible to use NTLM as the neon library supports GSSAPI. But some system setup might be required for this. Someone interested in NTLM should care about. If davfs2 needs some patch for this to work, I will apply the patch, but somebody else has to provide it.
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