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RES: SSH-like Solution with Apache

From: Daniel Yukio Yokomiso - SAO <Dyokomiso_at_sao.politec.com.br>
Date: 2006-01-19 00:57:43 CET

> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: dkrobbins@micron.com [mailto:dkrobbins@micron.com]
> Enviada em: quarta-feira, 18 de janeiro de 2006 16:16
> Para: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Assunto: SSH-like Solution with Apache
> We are running SVN 1.2 on Apache 2.0.52, Windows 2003 Server,
> using LDAP
> authentication. We have built a nice administrator application around
> this structure, are happy with the security model, and are happy with
> overall performance. However, some of our users do not like to
> authenticate every time they hit a new repository in Subversion. They
> would like to use passwordless authentication. We
> investigated this and
> have not found a solution other than going to svnserve+ssh. Since we
> have built our infrastructure around Apache and are happy with its
> performance, we'd rather not go that route. So the question,
> have any of
> you figured out a way to do passwordless authentication using Apache?
> -Dan


    Here we're using SSPI based authentication. It works fine and we don't need to explicitly type username/password almost all the time (we're doing it only on Subclipse).

Daniel Yokomizo.

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