On 23 February 2010 23:41, rpryor625_at_gmail.com <rpryor625_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> We have Tortoise svn running on several laptops accessing a repository
> on another computer (windows 7 pro as a network share) that is running
> Visual svn Server to manage access to the repository. I recently
> upgraded my laptop to windows 7 and setup tortoise on it. I was able
> to checkout, commit and update for several days then I began receiving
> the following error: "403 Forbidden"
> Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to
> OPTIONS request for "https://fileserver/svn/GKData
> Above is the exact wording of the error..the repository being GKData.
First off, that is a server error message so the problem lies with the
server not the client. You need to ask on the subversion users mailing
> I have tried the following trouble shooting procedures:
> - typed in the correct url to the server repository https://fileserver/svn/GKData
> - deleted my user name and profile from Visual svn server and re-
> entered it
> - deleted working copy on my laptop, uninstalled tortoise and
> reinstalled it
> - installed the latest version of Visual svn Server on the Network
> share that hosts the repository
> - gave my computer full control access on the repository folder
You did what? So now you can accidentally delete the repository from
your network share? Nice. Never ever make a repository accessible to
anything except the repository server program (VisualSVN in this case)
if you value your data.
> nothing is working.....anyone have any ideas what is going on? We have
> three other laptops that are functioning fine.
Using the same authorization data on those laptops, or different?
Did you try deleting your auth data and re-entering it when prompted?
(Settings->Saved data->Delete auth cache)
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Received on 2010-02-24 01:14:05 CET