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RE: Windows domain

From: Alexey Boroday <a.boroday_at_procreditbank.com.ua>
Date: 2004-12-20 10:16:10 CET

> From: Toby Johnson [mailto:toby@etjohnson.us]

> Alexey Boroday wrote:
> > What format should "svnaccess.conf" have?
> > I've wrote something like

> >[users]
> >MYDOMAIN\Mylogin
> >
> >
> See "Per-Directory Access Control" in chapter 6. This file is not the
> same as svnserve.conf; be sure you don't confuse the two.

 Subversion and Apache now are authenticating clients from Windows domain.
 Thank you.
> > Why I need to wrote usernames into this file? It should be
> obtained from
> >the Windows domain AFAIU?
> >
> > With AuthzSVNAccessFile line in the httpd conf IE couldn't
> get file list
> >from repository :(
> > If I comment this line - IE and only IE could show me filelist.
> >
> >
> Be sure to set "SSPIOfferBasic on" to allow non-IE programs to access
> your repository.

 This property is ON but I could connect to svn server (Apache + svn
modules) only with svn.exe
 TortoiseSVN, IE and Opera doesn't allow view svn repository if I set up
AuthzSVNAccessFile in httpd.conf :( . I'll try to fix it later.
Thank you.


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