I'm wondering if SVN (on Apache) can be setup to allow LDAP authentication remote users. I.e. these users are not logged into a domain. Will the SVN client prompt for the domain\user name and then authenticate against a configured Active Directory? (As opposed to just passing along the current users authentication, likely from logging into there local computer.)
I am actually more interested in if the svn client will prompt the user for domain credentials if using the currently logged in user fails. I've read about how the server can be setup and as cjungle was helpful with. However, usually, this means that the users are in the correct domain, and they are logged into that domain. My remote users won't be. I.e. they will be logged into there local machine (no domain) and will need to provide their domain credentials (domain, user name and password). Is this possible? I.e. Can the (any) svn client support this?