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not a solution however, for 'firefox' you may follow following steps for
a) close all but one firefox sessions
b) go to url "about:config"
c) in the find key "network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris" .. double click ..
add the 'svn server URL in it'
d) close firefox .. so that it saves tis config change
e) open firefox and go to the SVN URL .... it should provide single sign on.
also, your config has two sets of Basic Auth providers "SSPIOfferBasic On" &
"AuthType Basic" section. u should try with "SSPIOfferBasic Off". You may
wanna ask this to folks @ Apache Httpd user mailing lists as this is some
what outside SVN and more into Apache domain!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Antao Almada" <antao@...>
To: "Giacecco" <giacecco@...>
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2006 1:19 AM
Subject: Re: Multiple authentication not working
> Could someone help on this one? I've been having the exact same problem...
> Giacecco wrote:
>> I am setting up a new 1.4 Svn server. This time, I want to get both
>> authentication and basic authentication running, following the
>> http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-serversetup.html#tsvn-serversetup-apache-6 >> . I am using the binary Subversion distribution, Apache 2.0.59 (no SSL
>> and mod_auth_sspi 1.0.4 .
>> The instructions are very good, but I think they may be wrong in
>> the multiple authentication settings. There is also an explicit mistypo
>> where it says that both AuthAuthoritative and SSPIAuthoritative must be
>> to Off, and then SSPIAuthoritative is On a few lines later in the
>> What happens is that - in visiting the page with Firefox (so not to be
>> automatically recognised as it would happen with IE) - the first
>> authentication request dialog I get is the basic authentication one; I
>> insert a correct username/password couple, then get a new authentication
>> request dialog, this time for the Windows authentication.
>> I am sure I am not far from the solution because - if I comment one or
>> other set of settings - the remaining authentication works fine. Here is
>> Apache Location directive:
>> <Location /> DAV svn SVNListParentPath on SVNParentPath "c:/svn_NEW"
>> AuthName "Subversion Authentication"
>> # NT Domain authentication AuthType SSPI SSPIAuth On
>> SSPIAuthoritative Off SSPIDomain BULLDOG SSPIOfferBasic On
>> # htpasswd authentication AuthType Basic AuthAuthoritative Off
>> AuthUserFile "c:/svn_NEW/passwd"
>> # path-based authorization AuthzSVNAccessFile "c:/svn_NEW/authz"
>> Require valid-user </Location>
>> Any advice? Thank you in advance,
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