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Help request regarding the SSPI - SVN installation.

From: Chirag Shah <cshah_at_gatewaytechnolabs.com>
Date: 2004-03-27 11:51:06 CET

Dear All,

We've just got subversion installed on Apache 2.0.49, the service is
running. I would like to use SSPI as we have a reasonable large user base on
a Windows LAN. We have followed the help file of TSVN for the installation.

This is the configuration from httpd.conf

<Location /svn>

DAV svn

SVNParentPath D:\SVNRepository

AuthType SSPI

#AuthName "Subversion repositories"

#AuthUserFile passwd

#AuthzSVNAccessFile svnaccessfile



SSPIAuthoritative On

SSPIDomain domaincontroller

SSPIOfferBasic On


Require valid-user


For some reason We cannot get auth'd on the system using either IE or
TurtoiseSVN. We have added the sspi module as directed by the installation
instructions using the download link in the instructions for the .so module.

We don't have any domain controller and this entire installation is on my
machine only on server. The machine name is "Chirag". We are just using the
windows workgroup so no domain controller. The Apache service was restarted
properly after the changes in the config file.

When I try to access the TSVN repo like http://chirag:81/svn - we get
following error.



You don't have permission to access /svn on this server.


Apache/2.0.49 (Win32) DAV/2 SVN/1.0.0 mod_auth_sspi/1.0.1 Server at chirag
Port 81



We will really appreciate any help in this regard.

Thank you,


Project Manager, S/W dev group



Received on Mon Mar 29 18:06:29 2004

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