Configuring COLLABNET Subversion with Active Directory

If you need to host Subversion in a Windows Server environment, it is always desirable to integrate subversion with Active Directory. For Windows Administrators it is better to use COLLABNET Subversion Edge as it comes with all-in-one installer including Apache, Subversion and a beautiful web console which simplifies tasks like managing repositories, users and SVN […]

Preparing Locked-Down Active Directory for LDAP Authentication

Configuring LDAP authentication in a firewall, UTM, Subversion Server, etc, generally only requires a valid Active Directory User. This is because by default “Authenticated Users” special group has Read and List Content permissions on almost all Active Directory Containers. However, In a locked-down Active Directory, authenticated user ACEs are removed from the default Active Directory […]