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Re: sspi, AuthzSVNAccessFile and Windows Domain groups

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-28 10:34:27 CEST

On 28/06/07, Uwe Hipp <uwe.hipp@pixelpark.com> wrote:
> Is it possible to create/use AuthzSVNAccessFiles with Windows Domain groups?
>
> Like this:
>
> [groups]
> svn1 = DOMAIN/ADMIN-GROUP
> svn2 = DOMAIN/USER-GROUP
>
> [svn1:]
> svn1 = rw
> svn2 = r
>
> I have tested many versions of /, \, //, and \\.
>
> I want to reduce the administrative overhead of the manage of many
> Authz-Files.
> Did you see any way to do this? I found it very hard to enter all Usernames
> into the Authz-Files.
>
> I have used SVN 1.4.2.4 and sspi 1.0.4-2.0.58

Please do not use personal email addresses to ask questions; the
mailing list is the place for that. And as this is a server setup
question, this one really belongs on the users at subversion mailing
list, not TortoiseSVN.

Simon

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