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Re: TSVN authentication

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-09 09:48:06 CET

Vogel, Sean wrote:

> I have set up the new svn server 1.4.2 and the newest TortoiseSVN
> 1.4.1
> apache authenticates against a domain ussing sspi and ssl.
> this all works fine. The sever is win2003
> my problem is when using TSVN to access the https://domain/repo from
> inside the domain things work great as it verifies the users "machine
> log in name"
> but when outside the domain then new TSVN will not prompt for a
> Username/ password and uses the "machine login name"which is not in
> the SVNACCESS file.

I guess you get an "authorization failed" error?
That's a problem with Subversion which I've been pushing for some time
now (search the Subversion dev list for my name, you'll find all the
explanations and reasons why this is and what needs to be done).

As a workaround, read the faq:

Note: Subversion 1.4 together with neon 0.26.x has a problem which makes
it crash (therefore TSVN crashes too) if you try authenticating with
SSPI but the user is not part of the domain. If you see that TSVN
crashes, go back to TSVN 1.4.0 (which is linked against neon 0.25.x).
The problem is fixed on the Subversion trunk (and merged back to the
1.4.x branch), but Joe Orton just confirmed that the real problem is in
neon itself, which means neon will get a fix for this too (hopefully soon).


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