I'm actually seeing a similar but opposite problem. I don't get prompted
with username/password, but get rejected. Updated to 1.3.0rc1, and it
started getting authorization errors:
Error: PROPFIND request failed on '**************'
Error: PROPFIND of '**************': 401 Authorization Required
Nothing has been changed on the apache server, and everything works for
other users. I tried clearing the authentication cache and that didn't help.
I'll try uninstalling, rebooting, installing, rebooting when I get a chance.
Is there possibly something with my apache config that caused 1.3.0RC1 to
fail where 1.2.6 did not?
On 1/2/06, Tobias Schšfer <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Monday 02 January 2006 16:22, Chak wrote:
> > Has anybody faced a situation where just one TortoiseSVN client (out of
> > , does not bring up the authorization dialog box, and allows commit
> > asking for username and password but all others do ? I checked the
> > connection URL to the svn server in the particular client PC, and it is
> > correct. Any guess on what could be wrong ?
> Have you possibly cached the authentication data?
> Call TortoiseSVN->Settings->General und click on the Button "Clear now".
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Received on Mon Jan 2 17:30:52 2006