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ssl certificate path cacheing

From: David M. Chinn <dchinn_at_nwlink.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2009 17:05:34 -0700

I'm running 1.6.4 tortoise on windows against an apache server on linux.
The windows client is running x64.

Can't seem to get credentials cacheing right.

I have ssl setup, so I access the repo with https. The server itself also
passwords set up.

Everything works, except that the client doesn't seem to want to cached the
path of the certificate... I go to the repo, and it asks for the cert path
every time,
even though I've checked the box that says 'Save client certificate path'

The funny thing is that it knows the folder to open, it just won't remember
the certificate
to be used (the only file in the folder).

I've gone to the 'saved data' screen on the tortoise settings context menu,
and cleared
the authentication data. When I do that, it asks for the cert password, and
then gives
me the server cert validation warning, and a finger print.

It then asks for the apache password and user.

At each stage, I ask it to save the data.

But then, when I go back to the repo, pops open the folder dialog and asks
me to select the
client cert to use again.

I've also tried uninstalling, and reinstalling, with the same effect.

Any help would be appreciated.



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