stop the bogus http auth window from popping up, and causing confusion.
this is annoying, not a blocker. whenever you can get to it is fine.
I think I have fixed this. Can you test and confirm?
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Nov 05 11:06:22 <Evolution> nirik: oh, you fixed the windows thing? lemme check
Nov 05 11:06:41 <nirik> Evolution: I hope so. :)
Nov 05 11:09:37 <Evolution> nirik: still busted
Nov 05 11:10:36 <nirik> Evolution: bummer, then I have 0 idea how to fix it...
Nov 05 11:10:37 <Evolution> nirik: https://imgur.com/a/lwKKZLE
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How about we ask the ipa folks if there's any better solution here than the one I tried? :)
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@cheimes any ideas here? I tried the suggestion here:
ie, adding some stuff to ipa-redirect.conf.
That's bad advise. abompard and Arrfab were dealing with a broken FAS staging system because they applied the rules in https://pagure.io/fedora-infra/ansible/blob/master/f/roles/ipa/server/files/ipa-rewrite.conf#_24
It's an old bug in Windows that affects Chrome, Edge, and other browsers that use certain libraries from Windows. AFAIK Firefox is fine. You can read more in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1309041
The correct solution is https://github.com/gssapi/mod_auth_gssapi#example-1 . You might need a better browser match that just handles broken browsers on Windows.
Ah ha! good to know... will take a look, and many thanks!
It might also help if more people report the bug with Chrome Browser team and MSFT.
@jperrin Do you know anyone at Microsoft? :laughing:
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