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I'm basically looking for a way to allow for secure, but password-less authentication to SVN through WebDAV (I would rather not use svn+ssh.) I know this is possible with SSH, is it possible with Apache Authentication too?

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Something like this? The page looks pretty old though...

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That looks like it's just HTTPS where the client already has the certificate. I'm looking for something to identify and authenticate each individual user. –  Nate Wagar Apr 22 '10 at 17:04
    
I don't think that would be possible. SSL cert auth is the only way that i know of. –  solefald Apr 22 '10 at 17:10
    
@Nate Wagar, by following the above you would issue a unique key and certificate each user. Though I would suggest you use something like TinyCA (tinyca.sm-zone.net) instead of creating all the certs manually. –  Zoredache Apr 22 '10 at 17:14
    
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