On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 1:12 AM, si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > since your 'starting out' first setup a svnserve server (no apache
> > configuration), and when you are comfortable with everything migrate to
> > apache, and intergrate into your active directory infrastructure for
> > authentication.
> FWIW, as of svn 1.5.0, svnserve SASL support supposedly allows NTLM
> integration, and I can see saslNTLM.dll in the collabnet binary
> release. I haven't had a chance to test this yet (not normally on our
> domain so need to create a virtual network), and I don't want to try
> this on our production server :)
> So you might be able to avoid Apache and still get windows integrated
> authentication with svnserve.
> Has anyone attempted this? If I get a chance I'll try this in the
> next few weeks and send a patch for the tsvn docs if it works.
For grins, I wanted to try this at work. I could find no (useful, to me)
documentation or examples. I tried looking at the SASL docs, but quickly
became utterly lost.
If anyone does actually manage an example of how to get svnserve to
authenticate against an NTLM, I would also be interested. Perhaps I'll look
into it later, but i just can't allocate the time now.
Received on 2008-07-24 18:52:20 CEST