Re: Why does SVN prompt me for a password every time, after a domain migration?
Subversion caches that stuff in "%APPDATA%\Subversion", I believe in a
file called 'auth'. Can't test right now because I'm not on a
Windows system at the moment. Perhaps the owner did not get updated
and the new domain can't write the the directory/file? You can look
around there. Possibly just delete the directory/file - however,
other options and passwords will go away -- be reset to the default.
On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 15:36, KARR, DAVID (ATTSI) <dk068x_at_att.com> wrote:
> A few days ago my login got moved from one Windows domain to another.
> I've had to deal with several problems as a result of that. One
> particular problem is having with SVN. For some reason SVN is prompting
> me for a password on every single operation it tries to do.
> This is tolerable in Eclipse (Subversive plugin), as I simply have to
> press Enter on the dialog each time, as it's preentered the name and
> However, it's worse from the command line. I can get it to work if I
> manually add "--password ..." to the command line. If I don't, the
> Cygwin Bash shell seems to get confused about how to handle the prompts.
> I have to use a non-Cygwin SVN.
> I never had to re-specify the password on every operation before the
> domain migration.
Received on 2010-09-14 01:17:07 CEST
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