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integrated windows security

From: Steve Baker <Steve.Baker_at_hj3m.com>
Date: 2006-07-12 20:13:39 CEST

I am evaluating svn as an option for our new source control tool at
work. I have been using svn at home for quite some time, but have never
had to look into certain aspects that are more important for the
corporate LAN environment.

The first question I have been asked is does svn support integrated
windows authentication...

In my searching I have found that it sounds like this is supported
through apache.

" Authentication options - HTTP(S) basic auth, X.509 certificates, LDAP,
NTLM, or any other mechanism available to Apache httpd"

A brief look at apache documentation seems to point to using


but I have found a few other modules for apache that seem to support
ldap and ntlm functionality.

I have never used apache and was hoping for some pointers before I start
setting it up ( in a windows environment to start ) so that I can see
and understand what it will take to get svn up and running with windows

I have read the subversion books section on apache:

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