|How to set up local repo to have different root directory than remote "upstream" directory of an open source project?|
Broadly speaking, No. Git does not allow you to have two different view of
the same repository that have different directory structures.
Solution 1: Ignore git altogether for uploading
That said, I think you don't need this anyway. If your webhost provides
public_html, why not just scp the files you want to the location you want?
You could make this a task in a Makefile/Rakefile/whatever and then run it
from your local machine when you want to upload, for example, a makefile
task could look like:
scp -r ./upload/* me@myhost:/home/me/public_html/
Solution 2: link into your git directory on your webhost
Instead of manually uploading your files, simply link your public_html
directory to your upload directory in your git repository on your server.
|C# Active Directory authentication|
I am not sure I understand AngularJS angle. If I had a regular WCF service
I would use WindowsIdentity from ServiceSecurityContext.Current.
ServiceSecurityContext securityContext = ServiceSecurityContext.Current;
if (securityContext == null)
throw new Exception("Failed to retrieve Service Security Context");
WindowsIdentity identity = securityContext.WindowsIdentity;
currentUser.name = identity.Name
|Active Directory Authentication failed asp.net|
Authentication with active directory means windows authentication, so first
of all, you need to set
<authentication mode="Windows"> instead of <authentication
|MVC2 Active Directory Authentication|
I think the solution is in the Authentication type. Originally, I was using
ASP.NET Impersonation: Disabled
And in my Web.config file I was using Forms authentication. Apparently for
Active Directory authentication, the type has to be Windows.
<forms loginUrl="~/Account/LogOn" timeout="2880" />
<authentication mode="Windows" />
<deny users="?" />
I know this worked, but since I'm new to MVC, I could still be missing
|Jetty - JAAS and Active Directory - Authentication Only?|
Your authentication is successful.
Since you want to allow all authenticated users to access everything, you
still need to protect the URL pattern /* as you are doing. You can use the
RegExpAuthorizationFilter (see https://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrSecurity).
Now, they don't include this class in the regular distribution. I found the
and it compiled easily.
When you configure the filter, specify one arbitrary (non-existent, like
/abcde) URL pattern with any role. The way it works is that it will see if
the URL being requested matches this pattern. Since it doesn't, it moves
forward. But there are no more rules, and access is allowed.
So it requires authentication for all URLs but al
|Authentication against Active Directory using a Mobile Device|
Take a look at the BUILD 2013 videos. Visual Studio 2013 will create a
webproject that will automagically do all that for you (I think). Just bare
in mind, it uses the Microsoft.OWin.Security beta packages.
Also...you will need to install the AspNetWebTools2013 package first...
|NTLM Authentication with Active Directory using Java|
In the following thread they put the Tomcat behind an Apache Server and use
an Apache Module to perform the NTLM authentication.
Spring 3 and NTLM authentication
|Active Directory authentication through ssl as anonymous user|
I did some research and found other applications having similar issues.
1. Make sure you have imported your certificates into the keystore
according to the Connect to LDAP or Other Services Via SSL instructions.
2. Make sure any certificates have been imported into the correct keystore;
you may have multiple JDKs.
|Active Directory Authentication using Client Certificate in ASP.NET MVC|
This should work out of the box with no code.
First, turn off anonymous access and basic authentication for the website
and turn on integrated windows authentication and certificate integration.
Then, in your asp.net application, set the auth mode to windows.
Then, turn on SSL for the website and check the option "require client
From now on, when the browser supports certificate integrated
authentication and the client machine has the certificate either in the
user store (IE) or in the browser store (other browsers), the browser will
automatically ask the user to pick up the certificate.
My advice is to start with integrated windows authentication over SSL but
without certificates (do not check "Requ
|Login Authentication using Active Directory in the Intranet...Possible?|
Check this Post
It uses Active Directory to authenticate site members on Intranet.
|Drupal 7 and LDAP authentication with Active Directory|
Your problem is the baseDN apparently. on the first error, the
authentication fails (login or password are wrong). As to the second one,
there is some other problem in your configuration.
Have you checked everything? Enabled the ports in iptables? Because it
seems to fail when it tries to contact with the server (bind_method;
Authentication Server or Configuration Error).
I hope this helps at least to clarify the situation a little bit :)
|c# Active Directory Authentication User if Computer not in domain|
I've tried this one. The computer now i'm using is not in domain.
DirectoryContext context = new
DirectoryContext(DirectoryContextType.DirectoryServer, "IP", "Username",
DirectoryEntry deDoc = Domain.GetDomain(context).GetDirectoryEntry();
catch (Exception ex)
|Windows azure active directory authentication in android?|
I was looking for the same thing. I found this website from Mircorsoft
which has steps to add in authentication to your Android app.
This link starts the intro to Mobile services for Android
|ASP.NET MVC4 application using Angular.JS Active Directory Authentication|
Figured it out. Made a new web api controller
then added this function
public string getUser()
haha that was easy.
However if anyone sees any errors i may run into doing it this way. Please
point em out
|Tomcat 6 - authentication through active directory with encrypted password|
I think your only alternative is to subclass JNDIRealm and make a new
attribute that will have some sort of encrypted connection password. The
password can't be hashed (with, e.g. MD5 as you specify) because hashes are
one-way--there's no undoing a hash--and Tomcat needs the password in its
original unhashed form to authenticate against the AD installation.
If you use a reversible encryption in your JNDIRealm subclass, then when
Tomcat needs the password you can decrypt the password and pass it along.
|Rails app local and remote authentication with Devise ( 2 strategies )|
To use a strategy, refer to it via the label that it was given when it was
To use the :password strategy. You can use multiple strategies, and each
one will be tried in order until either one is halted or none have been.
This will use the :password, and failing that, the :basic strategies.
|AccountController not redirecting to the correct page when using Active Directory authentication|
Before you redirect to action, issue a FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie.
This should override the default behaviour of the return URL:
Its also worth noting that the bool in SetAuthCookie(string username, bool
createPersistantCookie) can be used to remember the user. For this example
I have set it to false.
return RedirectToAction("Homepage", "HomePage");
|how to get access token after windows azure active directory authentication|
You can use this code to access the security token that was used:
ClaimsPrincipal cp = ClaimsPrincipal.Current;
ClaimsIdentity ci = cp.Identity as ClaimsIdentity;
BootstrapContext bc = ci.BootstrapContext as BootstrapContext;
SecurityToken securityToken = bc.SecurityToken;
You also need to set the saveBootstrapContext attribute in your config
|Using Active Directory to login using a local user|
This is all that the Websecurity.Login method does:
public static bool Login(string userName, string password, bool
persistCookie = false)
bool flag = Membership.ValidateUser(userName, password);
You can write your own method that authenticates against AD and then looks
up the user name and the does sets the auth cookie something like:
public static bool MyLogin(string userName, string password, bool
persistCookie = false)
bool flag = CheckADUser(userName, password);
string mappedUsername = GetMappedUser(userName);
if(mappedUsername != "")
|Windows Azure Active Directory slow authentication on mobile devices|
Is it correct that your site is using wsfed and redirects to AAD where the
client enters creds?
Do you notice where the slowdown occurs, is it before the user enters cred
(if they do) or after?
|Windows Azure Active Directory Authentication - Visual Studio 2012 tools|
I think this might be the download URL you're looking for -
|Determine User Active Directory Groups from Local Machine off Network|
From the top:
My current project requires that I validate a user against Active
Directory groups. The catch is, the computer may not always be
connected to the domain but users may still need to run the tool.
At this point, you must therefore accept that any enforced security is able
to be bypassed by an attacker since it is entirely enforced on the client.
Not exactly part of the solution, but keep it in mind.
I understand that I can't query Active Directory while I'm not
connected, instead I'm trying to query the Machine SAM (MSAM).
The Security Accounts Manager only stores the local accounts
(MACHINENAMEAdministrator and others). It will not have domain user
credentials. You are thinking of the LSA cache, which remembers the last N
domain logins's credentials (where
|Git: How to check whether local branch is ahead of remote branch when working directory is modified?|
This is the purpose of the staging tree. You can stage the work you want to
commit and then send to the repo as followed:
git add path/to/your/file.php
This will stage a file so that it will then be stored in the staging tree
(separate from your committed work or your uncommited work), then future
git status calls will show you the work you have staged as separate from
the work you have uncommitted. This is standard practice in git and lets
you keep track of what you are going to commit. Staging is a method for
allowing selective commits, but it should server your purposes.
Here is a link that better explains the staging area:
|Local Wordpress install with Remote Database. Error: Remote DB Appears to be already installed|
Did you include 'http://' in your URL?
|Can I migrate remote SVN to local disk without exporting dmp files on remote server?|
You can dump only latest revision range with the -r switch.
svnadmin dump REPOS_PATH [-r LOWER[:UPPER]] [--incremental] [--deltas]
and then you can load this increment in the new repository.
|libevent with non blocking sockets: If the remote peer sends RST *while* send on local is executed, will local get EV_READ also|
Scenario A : Application is waiting for an event. It gets a FIN from
remote, EV_READ event is >generated, application does a read(or recv) and
Yes - that's right.
Scenario B: Application is sending data. It gets a FIN from remote while
the send is being >executed. Will the application get an EPIPE (I think
so). Will there also be an EV_READ event >generated for the same FIN for
which the application gets an EPIPE
Yes, there will be an EV_READ event generated. (ofcourse provided you
didn't close() the socket in the mean time).
However you're not getting an error on write in this very particular case.
When you get a FIN from the peer end, the TCP connection is only half
closed. The incoming FIN simply means "I've nothing more to send". But you
can send it more data.
|How to set gecos attribute in Active Directory using directory services(C#)|
I finally found the way to access the attribute.
Instead of using directly the DirectoryEntry to connect to the LDAP such as
DirectoryEntry DEBase = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" + DomaineName);
DirectoryContext context = new
DirectoryEntry dERoot =
Then I have no problem accessing the gecos attribute
|Linux: Move log files from a mounted dir to a local dir recursively while maintaining directory structure in local direcoty|
How about something like
rsync -azrR --include='*.log' -f 'hide,! */' /media/primary /backup
If you use man rsync and type 2343g it should take you to the line where it
explains this filter. Basically it will hide everything that's not a
directory (every file) from the pattern matching; however, since I've used
the --include='*.log' flag as well it will override that and the pattern
will match only .log files. You can also use the -nv flag to do a dry run
and see what would happen.
|is there a way to save css/js changes of remote resource between page reloads or map remote resource to local in devtools?|
You got most of it, but here's the slight change:
Make a change in the Styles pane (or in Sources), then click over to
Sources, and when your modified file is open, hit ctrl-s.
Then you can right-click the asset in the Sources list and hit Save As...
and save the new modified file to disk.
There is no way to save a modified remote file without persisting it to
disk and expect it to be changed on reload.
|How to checkout a remote branch, rebase it to local master and then merge with local master?|
git remote add person git://path/to/his/repo.git
git checkout -b person/master
git fetch person
I would rather fetch first, then checkout:
git remote add person git://path/to/his/repo.git
git fetch person
git checkout -b person/master
But one of the idea behind pull requests is that they should be applied
automatically... or "put on hold" ;)
In other words, the contributors ought to do the work for you, then submit
an updated pull request for you to apply.
|user-authentication from remote site?|
I'd recommend using jquery requests. You can send the username and password
(encrypted, of course) to the remote site and get back a cookie/session
If you have access to the database, I'd also recommend doing that. For
example, if the remote host is using MySQL, ask to have a view created for
your user and then you can authenticate directly. With this approach,
however, you may have to set up a MySQL connection outside of settings.py.
|How to Backup mysql db from Remote to local without mysql local installation?|
Solved it!, I forget to specify the HostIP & port with the mysqldump
command Changed my executeCmd parameter as following:
executeCmd = PathToMySqlDumpFile+"mysqldump -h "+HOSTIP+" -P "+PORT+" -u
"+USER+" -p"+PASS+" "+database+" -r "+path;
along with the mysqldump file path. We only need the mysqldump file to take
the backup from remote server to local. No need for mysql client
|Return value from Active Directory|
FindName returns a string but you never use it anywhere
string result = FindName(account);
you can then use the local variable result inside your bExport_Click method
as you wish
|Accessing Active Directory using C|
If you are looking for other option other than openldap on Windows. You can
try winldap, for more info you can visit their msdn page, there are some
examples too which can help you.
|php Active Directory lookup|
I think this filter should work:
Well I am sure this could be tuned to work for you.
|integration between active directory and EPM|
The latest version of the /n software BizTalk Adapters includes an LDAP
Adapter that can be used to access active directory
|Searching Active Directory using Sid|
You can bind to an object directly given its SID like this:
var entry = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://<SID=S-your-sid-here>");
Both SID and sAMAccountName are unique in the domain.
|authentication when creating table synonym in remote server|
The answer to your question is going to depend a lot on what database
platform you are using to contain the synonym; in your question, you
referenced documentation from at least two (SQL Server and Informix). I
don't know much about Informix, but I'm going to assume that it's security
model is different than SQL Server.
For SQL Server, the remote server must be set up as a linked server first
(assuming that you are using a remote object). See
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms188279.aspx for details on how
to do that.
|Insert users into Active Directory|
Here's a general idea of the algorithm:
Load user data from SQL Server
Convert it into an LDIF (LDAP Data Interchange Format) file
Import the LDIF file into Active Directory using the LDIFDE command-line
Python, or any other programming language, can help you with step 2. Notice
that the details of the conversion are very specific to how your data is
represented. You'll have to carefully map each data base field into an LDAP
attribute, and determine the classes to be used in the LDAP objects.
Will the above modify existing users? yes, of course. You could write the
LDIF in such a way that it updates the existing data, or if that's a
problem you could verify first if an user exists in the Active Directory
and don't add those changes to the LDIF file.
You could use
|Create Active Directory Group using C#|
GroupPrincipal oGroupPrincipal = new GroupPrincipal(ctx, samAccountName);
Code samples for Active Directory -
Active Directory With C#