Hi There;

 

I’m newbie on Subversion and I have a few questions about some particular configurations on SVN.

 

Let me gives you the scenario.

 

We have a subversion installed on a Linux box and its working fine! We have some repos there that developers across the company use to store code and some other things.

 

We also have SVN configured to use LDAP authentication to allow users to use the right repo.

 

But we are facing a problem that when users account expire they don’t get any message saying that is about to expire and then, of course, they can’t login because of that.

 

So my question is if there is a way to configure apache to allow users to change their password when is about to expire.

 

I really appreciate if you can help me with that. Thanks in advance!

 

Guido Larrain

 

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