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Re: Tortoise later than 1.3.5 unable to authenticate on my computer

From: Geir Atle Storhaug <gas_at_offsimcentre.no>
Date: 2007-03-21 11:10:04 CET

Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> writes:

> Geir Atle Storhaug wrote:
> > ...
> > I am however stuck with an old version (1.3.5) of Tortoise on *my
> > computer*.
> > ...
> > I have installed the latest version on other computers, and it works fine -
> > connecting to the same server, using the same username and password that
> > fail on my computer.
> Upgrade to the lastest mod_auth_sspi module. You'll find that it has
> some new config options, one of them is
> SSPIUsernameCase
> which you can set to either 'lower' or 'higher'. This will take care
> of the case issues you have with the domain. Also, it has an option
> SSPIOmitDomain
> which you can set to 'on'. That way the domain name is ommitted from
> the username - the logs will only show the username.

Sorry to nag about this, but I get a feeling that you are addressing
another issue than my main concern; to be able to use Tortoise 1.4.3
on *my computer*. So, just to be sure before I start messing with the
configuration on the server (which many use all the time): Will this
change enable me to use Tortoise 1.4.3 on my computer (i.e. will
Tortoise now ask me to input a username and password)?

Remember that on other computers I am able to use Tortoise 1.4.3 to
connect to the same server, using the same username and password. And
also that when I downgrade to Tortoise 1.3.5 on my computer,
everything also works fine.

Geir Atle Storhaug <gas@offsimcentre.no>
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Received on Wed Mar 21 11:25:16 2007

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