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Authentication for Windows

From: Betty Li <li_betty_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-06-16 21:02:37 CEST

I have set up SubVersion on my Winodows 2000 as a service (no Apahce here). Then I created a repository and modified the svnserver.config file to use my own passwd file. I tried to checkin/out files and it works fine. But I have the following questions (I am not useing SSH here):
1. When I checkin/out files from another machine using TortoiseSVN, I am not asked for any windows login/password. I am only asked for the user/password in my Subversion passwd file. How can I make sure that the TortoiseSVN asks for a windows login first (or this is impossible?)
2. On the server side, I will have to make the directory of my repository fully accessible (read/write/modify) for EVERYONE. Ideally I would like to create a seperate windows user and only allow the Subversion client to login as this user. How to do this?
Thanks a lot for your reply
Received on Thu Jun 16 21:37:35 2005

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