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Re: TSVN & Apache & SSPI & SSL problems

From: Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2008 19:51:28 +0200

Gillis, Paul wrote:
> Hi Stefen,
> Thanks for your all your help. I now have TSVN authenticating to the
> domain without being prompted for a username and password. And I've
> got folder level restrictions working with AuthzSVNAccessFile.
> Here's my httpd.conf file.
> <Location /svn> DAV svn SVNListParentPath on SVNParentPath
> //netapp/svn$/ AuthType SSPI SSPIAuth On SSPIAuthoritative On
> SSPIDomain ns SSPIOmitDomain on SSPIUsernameCase lower
> SSPIPerRequestAuth on SSPIOfferBasic On AuthName "Subversion
> repositories" AuthzSVNAccessFile conf/svnaccessfile Require
> valid-user </Location>
> And here is my svnaccess file.
> [groups] admin = gillis_p, patel_n eng = brock_c, cusson_e,
> depaula_g, drewn_j, gauvin_g, # # Default access rule for ALL
> repositories # Everyone can read, admins can write, Dan German is
> excluded. [/] * = r @admin = rw dangerman = # # Allow developers
> complete access to their project repos # [test:/] @admin= rw brock_c
> = rw
> But now, IE will not let me browse the directory of repositories even
> though it will let me browse individual repositories! That seems
> rather odd. It was working before I added the AuthzSVNAccessFile
> directive. I now get "HTTP Error 403 - Forbidden - You are not
> authorized to view this page." The error.log contains "[error]
> [client] The URI does not contain the name of a
> repository. [403, #190001]."
> Somebody else reported this in the mail archive a couple of years
> back and nobody responded with a solution. I know it's not a TSVN
> problem, per se, but you seem to have the answers to most of the
> issues I've encountered so far. Any help would be appreciated.

I think in this case, you really should ask on the Subversion mailing
list for help. This is a server setup problem which includes svnaccess -
something I never use myself so I don't know what's the problem here.


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