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

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-11-08 00:29:27 CET

Jim Geist wrote:

>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 :-)
If you run Apache on Windows, you can use mod_auth_sspi. On Unix, I use
a combination of mod_auth_pam for Apache and pam_smb_auth; so Apache
uses generic PAM authentication calls, and the PAM module talks to an NT
domain controller.

I suppose it should be possible to authenticate against an Active
Directoiry server with mod_auth_ldap, but I've not tried that yet.

-- Brane

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