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From: Johan Bogema <johan_at_bogema.nl>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 16:12:44 +0200

Hi all,

I have a problem that I can't get rid of and that is quite a big
problem. I am setting up a new server infrastructure for the company
where I work, and have some trouble with the rights assignment for
Subversion in regard to the Tortoise client. Let me first lay out my

OS: MS Server 2003 DataCenter
Apache: 2.2.6
SVN: 1.4.6

Configuration part of Apache with regard to SVN:

        DAV svn
        SVNParentPath D:\SVN
        SVNListParentPath On
        AuthType SSPI
        SSPIAuth On
        SSPIAuthoritative On
        SSPIDomain DOMAIN
        SSPIOfferBasic On
        AuthName "Subversion repositories"
        AuthzSVNAccessFile D:\authzaccess
        Require valid-user

layout of D:\authzaccess:

admin = firstname.lastname,DOMAIN\\Firstname.Lastname,

* = r

@admin = rw

Now my problem is that I can only change things in my repositories (as
user from the admin group) when I have the following entry in d:

* = rw

As you might understand, this is not what I want but I can't seem to
find the solution anywhere on the internet. Have been searching now
for several days but my Tortoise client keeps on whining about
authentication errors. If I enable that entry, it's no problem to do
whatever in my repositories, but then it's possible for all
authenticated users from our domain DOMAIN.

I hope anyone of you knows where the problem lies.


Received on 2008-04-10 16:13:11 CEST

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