> Yes it is in a TortoiseSVN dialog and it was also written to the log:
> 10/30/2008 - 5:36:24 PM
> Command : Checkout from svn://pmdakumar-dt2/TcxSiteAdmin/trunk,
> revision HEAD, Fully recursive, Externals included
> Error : Can't read from connection: A request to send
> or receive data was disallowed
> Error : because the socket is not connected and (when
> sending on a datagram socket
> Error : using a sendto call) no address was supplied.
> Finished! :
> It seems unlikely that it's a virus scanner because the folks I work
> with have the same virusscan, but don't have the same problem. I think
> it's more related to the fact that I connect via CAG, though I don't
> know why things work from the browser and don't from Explorer (and
> unfortunately updates/commits aren't available from the browser).
Accessing a repo from a browser uses plain html. Accessing a repo with
subversion however requires DAV requests. Seems your CAG doesn't know or
allow DAV requests. Nothing we can do about that. Sorry.
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Received on 2008-10-31 18:52:38 CET
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