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RE: ie + ssl + mod_auth_sspi on apache/win32

From: Sam Chrisp <Sam.Chrisp_at_loanlinkgroup.com>
Date: 2004-08-15 03:12:00 CEST

i've gone and set it up - the configuration seems to work fine for ie,
moz, and tortoise svn - without any rewrite fudging needed.
win2k3, apache2, ssl, sspi with offerbasic on against a win2k active
dir. domain, and authz.

is the note in the docs about ie's incompatability with ssl & offerbasic
out of date?

-----Original Message-----
From: Sam Chrisp [mailto:Sam.Chrisp@loanlinkgroup.com]
Sent: Saturday, 14 August 2004 10:52 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: ie + ssl + mod_auth_sspi on apache/win32


haven't been able to find much info on this.
is there any viable workaround for apache+ssl+mod_auth_sspi+win32
that'll allow the same uri to be usable from both ie & subversion
(tortoise specifically) ?
in theory - could one not do the the following config in apache
svn.foo.com/bar/ = repos
svn.foo.com/ie/bar/ = repos but with basic sspi on.
and use mod_rewrite rules to rewrite the url prepended with ie/ when the
http user agent matches?
https://svn.foo.com/bar/ would auth fine for subversion/other and apache
would rewrite to https://svn.foo.com/ie/bar/ specifically for ie
am i on crack? or is this doable.

also, i can't tell from the docs - will mod_authz_svn work fine with
mod_auth_sspi for the authentication?

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