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Using svn:// protocol with SSPI

From: Huseyin Tufekcilerli <huseyin.tufekcilerli_at_mind2biz.com>
Date: 2006-07-17 11:08:39 CEST


I have a subversion server on a W2K3 machine. I have setup the
authentication method with SSPI so we can login to repositories with our
domain usernames/passwords. Everything works fine using http://
protocol but when we use the svn:// protocol, we can only read from the
repositories and can not commit. The reason is that we haven't
configured any svnserve.conf file. We have one repository per project
that results lots of repositories. I don't want to maintain
svnserve.conf files for each repository. Is there any way that we can
read from and write our repositories using svn:// protocol with SSPI
without dealing with .conf files?
Received on Mon Jul 17 11:06:21 2006

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