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Re: SSPI Authentication + folder Authorization?

From: Stefan <steveking____at_tigris.org>
Date: 2004-04-09 22:20:03 CEST

Johnson, Russell D. wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm managing a subversion repository using Apache on a windows machine
> in a LAN with a windows domain controller.
> The repository is currently working great with SSPI authentication from
> both web browsers and SVN clients.
> My question: how can I restrict access on folders in the repository
> while still using SSPI authentication?
> If I use AuthType Basic in the httpd.conf, I am able to restrict access
> on the folders, but then I no longer have the advantage of SSPI
> authentication.
> I've tried mixing a svnaccessfile with SSPI, but haven't found a
> successful combination of users in domains.

You will need mod_auth_svn, and then configure the usernames in the
authz file as DOMAINNAME\username, not just username.


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