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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: 2007-03-23 17:06:44 CET

"GRH" <gheard@neo.rr.com> writes:

> On Wednesday, March 21, 2007 2:04 PM, Stefan Küng
> <mailto:tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > My best guess (I can only guess, as I said you're the only one who
> > can find out the differences between your computer and the others) is
> > that you're not connected to the same domain or have a username with
> > 'special' chars or something like that. In those cases it really
> > could help updating the mod_auth_sspi module and add the new options.
> >
> > Stefan
> Actually, you don't need to guess. It was in his first post. The particular
> computer he is trying to authenticate from is not in the domain.


None of the computer I have tested on are in fact members of the
domain. The only difference I can think of is that:

 - On my computer, I log into a local account with the same user name
   (except the domain name off course) as the user name I use on the

 - On the other computers (where newer version of Tortoise works for
   me), I log in to a account with a user name different from my user
   name on the server

> The newer
> Tortoise (or I guess its neon?) just grabs the logged in credentials and
> sends them; whereas 1.3.5 asked for credentials. He needs the ability to
> have the credentials dialog come up instead of simply using the local
> windows credentials (how he logged on).
> Am I making any sense?

To me this sounds exactly like what I was thinking of, but I am no
expert at all.

Geir Atle Storhaug <gas@offsimcentre.no>
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Received on Fri Mar 23 17:07:17 2007

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