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SSPI support

From: Jerry Haltom <wasabi_at_larvalstage.net>
Date: 2005-03-09 18:57:47 CET

I am in real bad need of proper single sign-on support for Subversion on
Windows at least (Linux would be pretty rad too). I am pitching
Subversion and it's associated application bundle (including CollabNet)
as an alternative to some of the other commercial offerings at my
company. Some of our security policies require single sign-on in any
application deployed. Smart cards are in use, etc.

I have successfully configured Apache to support SSPI authentication.
This is pretty awesome. This works perfectly with IE when browsing to
http://server/svn/repository. It never once asks for credentials, yet it
is secure.

Using TortoiseSVN and/or the command line SVN client however, I am
prompted for login. Sure, the user name and password integrates, but it
is not single sign-on.

I suppose my questions are pretty simple. Can this be made to work? What
is holding it back? Who do I have to sleep with to get it?


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