RE: Combining SVN access rights with Active Directory authentication
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Auke Jilderda [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: woensdag 4 januari 2006 22:29
> To: svn-dev
> Subject: Combining SVN access rights with Active Directory
> I'm trying to hook up Subversion and Apache2 to Microsoft
> Active Directory but am struggling a bit with exactly what is
> and is not possible at present. I was hoping you can help me
> clarify this.
> I know Apache2 with Subversion can authenticate against a
> Microsoft Active Directory service using the SSPI or NTLM
> module when running Apache on Windows respectively UNIX. The
> SSPI module is currently not actively maintained but the
> TortoiseSVN documentation includes a section on how to
> configure it  while the NTLM project's home page 
> describes how to configure the module.
> This works although it leaves the challenge of getting
> clients other than Microsoft Internet Explorer to actually
> ask for credentials. This can be accomplished by having
> Apache use basic authentication for fetching the credentials
> before using SSPI or NTLM for authenticating against
> Microsoft Active Directory, adding the 'SSPIOfferBasic On'
> respectively "NTLMBasicAuth On" directive. Hence,
> configuring the NTLM module for the SVN location as follows works:
> AuthType NTLM
> AuthName "Bogus Repository"
> NTLMAuth On
> NTLMAuthoritative On
> NTLMDomain MSAD01
> NTLMserver wdc1
> NTLMBasicAuth On
> So far so good but this naturally leads to a next question:
> Can I define who has access to what using the user accounts
> and groups defined in the Microsoft Active Directory?
> I've searched and read up on the topic but am a bit at a loss
> with the multiple authentication and authorisation modules
> out there and Apache 2.2 having things again refactored and
> would really appreciate some pointers.
> 2. http://modntlm.sourceforge.net
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