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Authorization problem

From: Maurice Sibrandi <maurice_at_codeglue.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 13:53:44 CEST


I've got SVN running on my Windows 2003 server using svnserve and set all the
access to none except for authentication users, who have read/write acces. Now
for the strange thing. When access the repository from within our netwerk I
can update and commit without problems after I entered my correct name and
password, but when I access the repository from the outside (like from home) I
can update fine but when I try to commit I get an Authorization Failed message.

Because I have multiple repository I have made a single passwd file and per
repository I have svnserve.conf who looks like this:
anon-access = none
auth-access = write
password-db = ../../passwd
authz-db = authz
realm = My Realm

authz looks like this:
administrators = maurice@codeglue.com
users = maurice@codeglue.com, peter@codeglue.com

@users = rw
@administrators = rw

Any idea what might be wrong?

Kind regards,
Maurice Sibrandi

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