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Re: authenticate Subversion 3.51 with a Windows Domain?

From: Sean Moss-Pultz <sean_at_moss-pultz.com>
Date: 2004-01-07 06:16:17 CET

> Actually, this is one of the FAQ at
> http://subversion.tigris.org/project_faq.html. See "How do I allow
> clients to authenticate against a Windows domain controller using SSPI
> Authentication?"

Thanks for subtle nudge to re-RTFM. I was confused on one line. Since
you wrote this part maybe you could help clarify it for others, too
(although it could just be me).

I was confused with the line and comment:

SSPIDomain <domaincontroller>

If you don't specify a domain controller then it assumes that the local
server is also the domain controller.

To me this means that if I don't want to use a domain control (ie it's
a local server) that I can just use:


in my config file (leave off the rest). Which doesn't work. To me <...
> means either a tag (xml so I also need a </...>) or "insert stuff

Maybe this is just highlights my lack of Apache knowledge....

What do you think?

Thanks again for the help.

Received on Wed Jan 7 06:17:36 2004

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