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From Alfredo De Luca <alfredo.del...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: HTTP + SVN + AD
Date Sun, 15 Feb 2015 00:57:17 GMT
Hi all.
I figured that out was a filter/search on AD was getting not unique
username so they couldn't log in.
All ok now. Httpd and svn and AD are working together.
Thanks
On 29/01/2015 9:05 AM, "Alfredo De Luca" <alfredo.deluca@gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks Nico.
> I will give it a try. Any reference/link how to do so?
> Thanks
> On 28/01/2015 3:55 PM, "Nico Kadel-Garcia" <nkadel@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 7:43 PM, Alfredo De Luca
>> <alfredo.deluca@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi all.
>> > I have apache2 + svn 1.6. If I use SVN with local user it's all ok but
>> > when I try to integrated with Active Directory I have weird issue.
>> > With my account (with AD username and password) I have access with no
>> prob.
>> > Others can't access it at all. Below is the subversion.conf that I am
>> using.
>> > I have also tried to change my password on AD and still having access
>> > with the new password. Others in the ldap-group still not having
>> > access at all.
>>
>> Ignore AD's LDAP, if I may suggest. Rely on just the Kerberos
>> credentials to authenticate, underlying AD, and use svnserve.conf to
>> manage user and group privileges. This completely moves away from the
>> LDAP intricacies.
>>
>> > What am I missing? Any clue?
>> >
>> > Thanks heaps for any info
>> >
>> > Regards
>>
>> Just that I've frequently found AD's LDAP to be managed by monkeys
>> trying to write Hamlet by randomly clicking buttons on the screen.
>> Debugging it for them tends to raise the hackles of the people
>> administering it: pointing them to the RFC's or walking them through
>> how the underlying technology works can be really embarassing for all
>> concerned.
>>
>

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