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Re: repo on Windows -- why not?

From: Danil Shopyrin <danil_at_visualsvn.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 20:42:21 +0400

> are there any arguments to prefer Windows? (beside arguments that you drive
> a Windows shop)
> ok, looks like I have to adjust the section a bit.

It's also very important to integrate Subversion seamlessly with
Active Directory and other existing Windows infrastructure (it applies
to Windows shops, of course).

For example, products like VisualSVN Server allows users to
authenticate in Subversion server via Integrated Windows
Authentication (formerly known as NTLM authentication). This brings
clear benefits such as Single Sign-On and two-factor authentication.
Also please note that native Active Directory users and groups can be
used to configure access permissions.

There are other advantages such as integration with Windows Event Log and so on.

With best regards,
Danil Shopyrin
VisualSVN Team
Received on 2011-04-28 18:43:13 CEST

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