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How to set up SVN client/server so that Active Directory password is not compromised?

From: Keith and Teri Kwiatek <kwiatekfamily_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 18:37:07 CEST


I currently run apache https with WebDAV and subversion.... I am just using
htaccess to authenticate. And I notice that the SVN client caches the
password (supposedly encrypted)

I would like my windows SVN client users to authenticate with
subversion/apache by using the active directory such that the password is
not cached... WHAT are my options for accomplishing this??

I am very concerned about the SVN client caching the AD password locally,
yet I don't want the user to have to kept entering the password for each

Received on Thu Jul 27 18:38:47 2006

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