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Re: [TSVN] TortoiseSVN should be able to authenticate using NTLM/SSPI

From: Markus Schuh <markus.schuh_at_sdm.de>
Date: 2005-07-22 20:58:49 CEST

Glenn R Heard Jr wrote:
> On Friday, July 22, 2005 9:34 AM Markus Schuh wrote:
> > You have to compile TortoiseSVN yourself against
> > subversion-trunk and neon 0.25.2, if you want to use SSPI now.
> > The SSPI support is in subversion-trunk but not in
> > subversion-1.2.1. If subversion 1.3 comes out the SSPI
> > support will be in TSVN too.
> Does this also cover the MS ISA proxy server authentication problem
> described in
> http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?list=dev&msgNo=102592

I do think so, yes. Serge wrote
'... rebuild TortoiseSVN with updated svn libraries ...'

But in the case of an ISA proxy server there is a workaround:
You can install http://ntlmaps.sf.net/. (I tried only with https-Requests)

(t)snv (on client) --> ntlmaps (on client) --> ISA Proxy Server (on
proxy) -> Apache_with_svn (on server)

ntlmaps does the proxy NTLM Authentication of the CONNECT, and the
authentication of the client against the server takes place inside
the tunnel.

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