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

From: Chris Jensen <cjensen_at_edex.com.au>
Date: 2004-11-08 01:55:50 CET

> 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've also got Apache authenticating against a Windows 2000 domain, but
I'm using mod_auth_external in Apache, which uses pwauth to connect to
PAM, which is using pam_winbind.

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

I believe it's also possible to do it via Kerberos. So there are plenty
of options to get this working. Perhaps that's part of the problem -
everyone's doing it differently.

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