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Re: Windows domain

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-12-20 17:45:42 CET

Alexey Boroday wrote:

>>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.
When you say "this property is on" I'm not sure whether you mean
SSPIOfferBasic or AuthzSVNAccessFile. I use SSPIOfferBasic and all
clients are able to authenticate properly.

In your access file, if you aren't using "SSPIOmitDomain", you will need
to list usernames in the format "DOMAIN\Username".

Glad your setup is working now.

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Received on Mon Dec 20 17:48:02 2004

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