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Re: Upgraded to 1.5, can't commit. VisualSVN?

From: synapse88 <albo100_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 07:47:10 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks for your post!

Turns out the domain name in my accessFile.txt file was in all capitol
letters, yet the Apache error.log file showed the domain being passed was
all lowercase. So after changing the domain name in the accessFile.txt to
lowercase everything worked fine. (yay!)

Funny thing is, we haven't made any changes to that accessFile.txt in some
time. And when I look back in the error.log file I can see my domain name
used to be passed in uppercase. Is there any way 1.5 is passing the
credentials differently than 1.48 did? Or is another piece of software (IE
perhaps?) responsible this change in the way the domain name is being

I did try the "SSPIOmitDomain on" setting (when the domain name was still
uppercase in the accessFile.txt) but the commit still failed with all the
same messages.

Thanks again for all your help!

Stefan Küng wrote:
> synapse88 wrote:
>> I keep receiving the same error in error.log file (everytime I try to run
>> a
>> commit):
>> [Thu Jun 26 14:02:13 2008] [error] [client] Access denied:
>> 'myDomain\\myAccount' CHECKOUT myProject:/trunk/entry.aspx
> And 'myDomain\\myAccount' is the user which you gave access to the
> repository? The strings have to match *exactly* (they're also
> case-sensitive).
> Stefan
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