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Problems using authz module with SSPI authentication

From: Damon Rand <Damon_at_cybermagic.co.nz>
Date: 2004-04-06 21:37:48 CEST

Hi there,
  I am trying to add authorization to my SSPI authenticated repos using the authz module and subversion 1.0.1

  a) Active directory groups can't be used?
  b) Svn can't commit to secured folders?
Is anyone successfully using the authz module with SSPI? Details of the problem below..


Here is the commit error I get:
      Adding sso\test.txt
      svn: Commit failed (details follow):
      svn: CHECKOUT of /repos/!svn/ver/3077/system/documents/sso: 401 Authorization Re
      quired (https://svn.intsec.amnesty.org)

I am using mixed authentication as described here..

And have these settings..

<Location /repos>
            DAV svn
            SVNPath d:/svn/repos
            AuthType SSPI
            AuthName "Subversion repository"

            SSPIAuth On
            SSPIAuthoritative On
            SSPIDomain MYDOMAIN.ORG
            SSPIOfferBasic On

            # our access control policy
            AuthzSVNAccessFile conf/svn-authorization.conf
            # try anonymous access first, resort to real
            # authentication if necessary.
            Satisfy Any
            Require valid-user


And this access file.

itp-db = MYDOMAIN\drand

* = r

* = r
@itp-db = rw

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