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RE: NT domains and SVN (was IIS WebDAV (Once again))

From: Jim Geist <jim_at_lifesim.com>
Date: 2004-11-06 18:15:34 CET

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom McMillen [mailto:tom.mcmillen@mppglobal.com]
> Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 3:22 AM
> To: gdeswardt1978@yahoo.co.uk; users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: RE: IIS WebDAV (Once again)
> >
> > I remember that when I installed subversion that I was a bit
> > disappointed about the fact that there was only a plugin for apache and
> > not for IIS. One of my biggest problems back then was running IIS and
> > apache on the same server, nightmares that I don't want to repeat again.
> >
> >
> Apache has an easy install msi on windows, and as long as the ports dont
> conflict between IIS and Apache there are no issues.
> We have IIS for some stuff, Apache2 for svn and Apache1.3 for some other
> programs all running together on a single server. no nightmares. Apache2
> is configured as a proxy server for the other two so access to other urls
> isn't
> confused with :portnumbers.
> I see the advantage of an IIS ISAPI plugin where a company has a
> particular
> policy on running IIS. But running Apache2 and IIS together needn't be
> difficult.
> Tom

One reason is it would be nice to be able to use NT domain credentials for
authentication if you're running SVN in a Windows environment. I don't think
it would be hard to do under IIS, but I don't see any way to get Apache to
do it. But then, I'm still learning Apache, so maybe there's a module I'm
not aware of.

Anyone know? We're about to deploy SVN, and it would be cool to not have to
maintain two user databases :-)


-- Jim

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Received on Mon Nov 8 00:16:06 2004

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