[triangle-zpug] Remote authentication question

David Chandek-Stark dc at duke.edu
Wed Apr 13 23:45:29 CEST 2005

I was afraid that would be the answer. Unfortunately, I don't have the 
resources to deal with non-production products. I was aware of the PAS 
work, but I understand it's slated to be integrated in version 2.2 of 
Plone, which I assume is a ways off. The only other option I have is to 
use LDAP instead, which gets my sysadmin grumbling ...


Geoff Davis wrote:
> Your best best going forward is probably to look into PAS (Pluggable
> Authentication Service).  I believe there is a branch in Plone SVN that
> works with PAS (though I doubt it's release quality) -- ask around on
> #plone.  I think Plone is going to move away from GRUF in favor of PAS
> in the future.
> On Tue, 2005-04-12 at 12:51 -0400, David Chandek-Stark wrote:
>>[I posted a version of this question to Plone-users, but no one 
>>responded ...]
>>I have access to an external authentication mechanism which I would like 
>>to use in front of my Plone site. Plone should trust that the user whose 
>>name is set in the REMOTE_USER environment variable has authenticated (I 
>>am running Zope under Apache with FastCGI). In theory, this is what 
>>RemoteUserFolder is for. It works fine with Zope, but not Plone w/GRUF 
>>out of the box. I'm not necessarily trying to get RemoteUserFolder to 
>>work, just looking for *any* reasonable way to get Plone to work with 
>>this authentication scenario.
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