> I'm trying to set up authentication against the Domain Controller,
> however it does not work.
> With AuthType Basic everything works fine, however, with Authtype SSPI
> it does not work.
> When I right click on a file and choose tortoisesvn, repo-browser,
> then enter the https path, i immediately get this error: Server sent
> unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to OPTIONS request
> for *path*
> With basic auth, a popup appears at which i can enter username and
> password. With SSPI that popup does not appear, instead the above
> error message is displayed. Why the login/password window does not
> What i also do not really understand is how it can authenticate
> against a domain controller without specifying the domaincontoller or
> Active directory credentials. This would basically mean that every
> tool can read information out of Active directory? Hard to belive
SSPI authentication actually was designed so that users don't have to
enter username/password anymore. That's not hard to believe. If you want
to know more about it, use Google or search the msdn website.
* check the apache error log for more information
* make sure user "GUEST" is disabled (on the server as well as on the
* with SSPI, your usernames will be in form 'DOMAIN\username', not just
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Received on 2008-11-21 11:31:52 CET