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Can I authenticate against a Windows domain controller using the svn: protocol?

From: Evgeny Potashnik <emp.007_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 17:38:53 +1000


I'm currently running a Subversion server using Apache on a Windows
2003 server and its configured to authenticate against a Windows
domain controller. This works OK, but it's a bit slow and from what
I've read the svn:// protocol is considerably faster than http. Is it
possible to use svn: but still authenticate against Active Directory?
The release notes for SVN 1.5 mention Cyrus SASL with all sorts of
authentication mechanisms and there are some technical details, but I
haven't been able to find an answer to the basic question: can I do
this or not and if so, how?

Evgeny Potashnik

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