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Re: Tortoise doesn't ask for credentials, even though it should

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-07 19:35:34 CET

david m. chinn wrote:
> I know I’m probably asking something bonehead, but I read the docs, and
> the faq, and can’t seem to figure out why this would be happening.
>
> I just installed a new machine, windows xp sp2.. I put the current
> version of tortoise on it, and tried to do a checkout into a brand new
> directory… pointed it at the svn repository (an http server with
> usernames and passwords set up) Versoin of tortois was 1.4.1.7992.
> Machine name is Buffalo (as in, New York)
>
>
>
> What then happened was that the tortoise svn status window immediately
> came up (credentials were **not** requested.), and after a couple of
> seconds (just long enough for the client to talk to the server, the
> following errors were observed:
>
>
>
> Error: PROPFIND request failed on '/nextgen'
>
> Error: PROPFIND of '/nextgen': 405 Method Not Allowed
> (http://xxx.yyy.xxx.yyy:zz)

That error means that the PROPFIND isn't allowed.
Since you can checkout from another computer I guess your server config
is ok. But somewhere in between something rejects PROPFIND requests.
Either a firewall, a proxy or ...

Make sure that you have configured every device in between your computer
and the server properly.

If you can't configure those devices yourself, try using https instead
of http - that will encrypt all requests and firewalls/proxies can't
reject them anymore.

Stefan

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