Hi there, To setup auth for both uberSVN and your repositories using LDAP you need to add the location, retrieve the users, then change the following 2 settings: - on LDAP locations tab - change Use LDAP for uber login authentication to Yes - on the Repositories tab > yourreponame > Authentication select LDAP / Active Directory Authentication In your post you say that LDAP auth is configured in uberSVN but then say that the Authentication is set to uberSVN internally managed. Which is correct?
I am very confused: I can authenticate to uberSVN via LDAP, so if I set repo authentication to uberSVN internally this should be LDAP!? My understanding was that repo auth via LDAP would make it possible to set permissions through special LDAP-Groups!? Could you tell me a sample configuration for this repo auth via LDAP, so I can test if it solves my problem? Best regards and happy Easter Christoph
Is that video available somewhere other than youtube or vimeo? Those (and probably most others) are blocked by corporate firewalls. Is there a corresponding wiki entry with screenshots instead? My problem is that the ubersvn auth through AD works fine (even when users change their AD password) but the repository browser is stuck requiring old passwords, and that's only if we use svn internally managed. If I try changing it to LDAP/Activedirectory authentication then no one can login with any password old or new.
Good point, I'll work at converting that into a KB article (hopefully today).
Great video, except it didn't finish the process. I have completed the above video steps, imported all of my users, have them in the group Everyone with RW permissions on our repo "CADDemo" and yet only administrators can login using clients such as TortoiseSVN. Non-Admin users are only able to login to UberSVN through the UberSVN Portal. Admins can also use the UberPortal to browse the repo but non-Administrators cannot. Hopefully I'm not considered post-Jacking here :D
I can use the Repo Browser and access the repo with LDAP Authentication enabled if my account is registered as an Admin in UberSVN. I am running UberSVN on a Windows Server 2008R2 w/SP1 box.
is the video link mentioned above still available? I am trying to connect a repository in our new SVN environment to our active directory. I've setup the LDAP location, and configured the repository to use that LDAP location, but when either I try to browse the repository or use the TortoiseSVN from my laptop, I cannot connect. I see a password mismatch error in the server's error log.