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Limiting access through Apache

From: Brian Erickson <erickson_at_BAUERCONTROLS.com>
Date: 2007-08-09 17:34:34 CEST

Hi all,

I'm got an authentication problem that I can't seem to solve...

I'm using Apache on a Windows XP box.

The location section in the httpd.conf file looks like:

<Location /svn>
        DAV svn
        SVNListParentPath on
        SVNParentPath "D:\svn"
        AuthName "Subversion on Snidely"
        AuthName "Subversion Authentication"
    AuthType SSPI
    SSPIAuth On
    SSPIAuthoritative On
    SSPIOfferBasic On
    Require valid-user
        AuthzSVNAccessFile "D:\SubVersion\svnaccess.conf"

The svnaccess.conf file looks like:
pcsdevelopers=garyc, kevin, robertson, kriesel, anderson, qi, gourlay,
admins=dusseau, librarian, administrator




I know that the '*=rw' line gives everyone read and write access to the
repository. However, if I remove the 'w' then no one can commit
anything. It's like the group stuff is being ignored. I've also tried
not using groups and using specfic user names but that didn't help

Any ideas?


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