No, it is not SVN related. We are developing a small intranet application. 'mod_auth_sspi'
allows user authentication against Windows accounts (domain and local - I don't think these would work with LDAP ). After the authentication is done, the application decides user privileges based on the username returned by mod_sspi_auth.
I am under the impression that mod_sspi_auth development is discontinued, so it may insecure, and we could live with LDAP authentication, but using local Windows accounts is quite convenient.
I might be wrong, but I don't think mod_authz_svn.so
could serve the same purpose.
Copying the file 'mod_auth_sspi.so' from a previous version didn't work either, Apache refused to start.
Oh, my... http://bugs.xampp.org/
seems to be off-line... no good trying to get some work done at Christmas Day
Happy Christmas to everybody!