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From Krishnamoorthi Gopal <krishnamoor...@vernal.is>
Subject Re: SvnServe with Windows AD Authendication
Date Mon, 11 Mar 2013 06:58:30 GMT
Hi Scott,

Thanks for your information.

Right now i don't have apache module in my subversion server.I am using 
subversion by running svnserve.exe as windows service.

In this environment how can i integrate with AD with my subversion.

Without apache it's possible to integrate..Please confirm?

Regards
Support Team.



From:
"Scott R. Keszler" <keszler@srkconsulting.com>
To:
Krishnamoorthi Gopal <krishnamoorthi@vernal.is>
Cc:
users@subversion.apache.org
Date:
03/08/2013 08:00 PM
Subject:
Re: SvnServe with Windows AD Authendication



It's possible, and actually fairly simple. 
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=subversion+apache+ldap+3268+active+directory yields 
lots of good links.

You'll want to use port 3268 to talk to AD instead of the standard LDAP 
port 389; some of the links from the above will explain why.


From: "Krishnamoorthi Gopal" <krishnamoorthi@vernal.is>
To: users@subversion.apache.org
Sent: Thursday, March 7, 2013 11:58:56 AM
Subject: SvnServe with Windows AD Authendication


Hi Team, 

Is possible to integrate svnserve subversion ( SVN://) with Windows 2003 
Active Directory for authentication? 

Could you please confirm. 

Regards
Support Team.
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