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Re: NTLM authentication in subversion 1.9.0?

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_apache.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2015 17:50:10 +0200

On 10.09.2015 17:46, Grabner Markus wrote:
> Hi!
> I tried to setup apache-2.4 + subversion-1.9.0 + mod_authn_ntlm on Windows to implement a subversion server with single sign-on, and finally found a working configuration (see below). However, the configuration contains the deprecated "Satisfy" directive, I therefore have some questions:
> *) The subversion apache module in version 1.9.0 only works with the "Satisfy Any" directive as given below. When removing it, I always get an authentication error when trying to access the repository. However, in version 1.8.13 the module works fine without the "Satisfy Any" directive and otherwise identical configuration. Is this a bug in 1.8.13 (being too permissive), a bug in 1.9.0 (being too restrictive), or did anything else change between 1.8.13 and 1.9.0 justifying the different behaviour?

Is there any chance you could test this with Subversion 1.8.14? There
was a significant change in authz behaviour in 1.8.4/1.9+ in combination
with apache 2.4.16 and later.

-- Brane
Received on 2015-09-10 17:50:15 CEST

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