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Authentication in a domain

From: Adrian Marsh <Adrian.Marsh_at_ubiquisys.com>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 17:29:33 +0100

Hi All,

I'm going to be re-designing our current SVN setup, which currently uses
Apache for its authentication via a simple htpasswd file and

However I want to achieve the following:

1) Authentication against a domain controller (Windows 2003), rather
than a separate user/password
2) Per repository and also sub-folder permissions (allow some
users/groups to access some folders, deny to others).
3) Secure network transport

So - when I tried this last year, I couldn't find a combination of
Apache/SSL/SSH/Subversion that could do all three.

Does it exist now?
Has anyone got a setup like this working?

I'm running on a RHEL3 64bit machine, which I cloned into a VM and then
on the VM upgraded to RHEL5. This completely broke Apache, so I'm
starting from scratch again there.



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