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Re: Removing rights on path based authentication

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 09:17:44 +0100

2008/7/10 Dave M <dmiller_at_tecolote.net>:
> I am using SSPI and path based authentication on an Apache server.
> For the most part, everything seems to work. There is one example in
> chapter 3 of the tortoiseSVN manual that doesn't work on my system.
> In the excerpt of the svnaccessfile.txt below, rights are removed from
> Dan German aka dangerman:
>
> # Default access rule for ALL repositories
> # Everyone can read, admins can write, Dan German is excluded.
> [/]
> * = r
> @admin = rw
> dangerman =
>
> I find that I cannot remove rights in this fashion. In my
> installation, dangerman can still see and retrieve files. If on the
> other hand, I added this statement:
>
> dangerman = rw
>
> then dangerman would be able to write as expected. So it seems that I
> can add rights in the fashon, but I cannot remove them. Had anyone
> else had this experience?

I would be interested in the answer, but you really need to ask server
questions on the users @ subversion mailing list.

Simon

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