On 11 apr 2008, at 09:35, Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> Hi Johan,
> On 10/04/2008, Johan Bogema <johan_at_bogema.nl> wrote:
> layout of D:\authzaccess:
> admin = firstname.lastname,DOMAIN\\Firstname.Lastname,
> Have you tried it with lower case DOMAIN name and/or a single
> And do you really use firstname.lastname to login, or do you use
> another userID?
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I do use Firstname.Lastname when a user is created in my AD domain.
The format of the login is how I took it from my Apache Access and
Error logfiles. If I enable * = rw, then I can login and make changes
using those credentials, so the login is correct for my AD I think.
But I did try with single backslash and lower case domain name without
any different results. Let me give you a line from both my access and
my error log:
[Fri Apr 11 09:44:56 2008] [error] [client <ipaddress>] Access denied:
'DOMAIN\\Firstname.Lastname' PROPFIND adminrepo:/
<ipaddress> - DOMAIN\\Firstname.Lastname [11/Apr/2008:09:45:09 +0200]
"OPTIONS /svn/adminrepo HTTP/1.1" 403 224 "-" "SVN/1.4.6 (r28521) neon/
Received on 2008-04-11 10:05:47 CEST