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Re: how to delete cached certificate because of expiry?

From: Gunter Koenigsmann <Gunter.Koenigsmann_at_semikron.com>
Date: Mon, 03 Jun 2013 12:17:33 +0200

Hi, Thomas,

Does Tortoisesvn/Settings/Saved Data/Authentication Data/Clear work?

Kind regards,


Gunter Königsmann

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>>> Thomas Stather <thomasstather_at_aol.com> 30.05.2013 11:23 >>>

Today my certificate of my apache serving my SVN server expired. I
issued a new cert and all other applications work well, but TortoiseSVN

(1.7.11) refuses me to update/commit with an error message saying that

the certificate cannot be verified.

This is the old cached cert i think and my question is now how can i
remove this cached data so that i have to accept the security warning
again (i have a self-signed cert)?

Best regards



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