Hi There,

I am looking to build a new SVN server with LDAP autehntification in our entreprise. I already did that in smaller corporations but at that time I had total controll over the MS AD server we where using.

As for now, I don't. And what I need is : AuthLDAPBindPassword "SecretPass".
I know they wont give it me for obvious reason...

Now, is there any other way to use that type of configuration without the master AD password ? Or is there any way to get that kind of pass for a specific OU section ?

I know that is more of a MS product question kind of but since some peoples here probably faced that issue...

Here is the config I would use in my Apache config file :

<Location /repos>
# Enable Subversion
DAV svn

# Directory containing all repository for this path
SVNParentPath /absolute/path/to/directory/containing/your/repositories

# LDAP Authentication & Authorization is final; do not check other databases
AuthLDAPAuthoritative on

# Do basic password authentication in the clear
AuthType Basic

# The name of the protected area or "realm"
AuthName "Your Subversion Repository"

# Active Directory requires an authenticating DN to access records
# This is the DN used to bind to the directory service
# This is an Active Directory user account
AuthLDAPBindDN "CN=someuser,CN=Users,DC=your,DC=domain"

# This is the password for the AuthLDAPBindDN user in Active Directory
AuthLDAPBindPassword somepassword

# The LDAP query URL
# Format: scheme://host:port/basedn?attribute?scope?filter
# The URL below will search for all objects recursively below the basedn
# and validate against the sAMAccountName attribute
AuthLDAPURL "ldap://your.domain:389/DC=your,DC=domain?sAMAccountName?sub?(objectClass= *)"

# Require authentication for this Location
Require valid-user
</Location>
Regards,