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Override stored password

From: Geertgens, Scott <sgeertgens_at_fnni.com>
Date: 2005-12-05 20:38:14 CET

  We are using Subversion via Apache (with SSPI for authentication). Our
envrionment requires that everyone change their password every 30days,
and we have one of those '3 wrong password attempts and your account
gets locked' policies. My subclipse users are commenting that if they
change their account password and don't refresh each of their subclipse
connections with the new password before doing a sync/update/whatever,
subclipse will quickly cause their accounts to lock because it sends
through too many auth requests without prompting for a new password. Is
there any way to have subclipse prompt for a password immediately upon
any failure to avoid this? I haven't been able to fully test this
scenario, because I'm unable to unlock my own account should I
repeatedly lock myself out ;) Thanks.


Scott J. Geertgens
First National Bank of Omaha
ETS - Config. Management
Email: sgeertgens@fnni.com
Phone: 402-633-7976

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