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[TSVN] https + p12 certificate

From: c_inconnu1 <c_inconnu1_at_yahoo.fr>
Date: 2004-09-29 15:43:44 CEST


I recently installed TortoiseSVN on my WinXP and I am trying to connect
to my repository which is on a Debian box. This repository can be
accessed through Apache2+SSL. The server and the client must have a
certificate. The client certificate format is PKCS12. I imported it in
Mozilla and can see the repository.

For example, when i use Tortoise RepoBrowser :
- url = https://myserver/svn/xxx/
- open client certificate file = myCert.p12
- authentication password = XXXXX

It works but even if i check "Save password" I have to type it again and
again every time. Is there a way to save the p12 and the pwd ???


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Received on Wed Sep 29 16:51:15 2004

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