>>> Also, last I checked OpenSSL didn't ship with Windows and Kerberos
>>> encryption did.
>> How long ago did you check? I've been using OpenSSL on windows for many
>> years. Actually, it was supported just fine on Windows back when it was
>> added to PostgreSQL *at least*.
> I didn't say *available for download*, I said *ship with*.  That is, does a 
> Windows Vista Pro box from the factory come with OpenSSL on it?  It does 
> come with Microsoft SSPI, although I don't know compatibility issues.

No, of course not. Microsoft OSes don't ship with *any* third party
software. So yeah, didn't get what you meant, and you do have a point
there. Provided the SSPI stuff actually does gssapi encryption - but
I'll trust the people who say it does. I've only ever used the
authentication parts myself.


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