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Re: Require Information regarding Visual SVN Server

From: VisualSVN Team <support_at_visualsvn.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2015 18:32:27 +0300

Thank you for the reply.

> Logical Separation on Entities are required for us to maintain the Multi domain infrastructure. Please find the attached snapshot. Here we have configured SVN server under forest root and were able to map the access rights to the users from various sub domains.
> But, All the repositories will come under “Repositories” Folder only. Consider an Example of 2 child domains ( child1 and Child 2) . Then I want to have the repositories of the respective entities located under logical Folder structure ( Child1/Childrrepo & Child2/Childrepo) when checked on the Console.

While you can't create such structure with the current VisualSVN
Server version (it's a known feature request and we consider
implementing this in future updates),VisualSVN Server allows you to
granularly configure access rules for users from multiple AD domains.
Have you tried it?

If a user does not have rights to access a particular repository then
he won't even see it in the list of available repositories. This means
that users with different access rules will see different list of
repositories depending on their permissions. Therefore such logical
structure may be considered redundant, especially if you need it only
for user authorization perspective.

With best regards,
Pavel Lyalyakin
VisualSVN Team
Received on 2015-02-20 16:35:05 CET

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