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Re: How do I "clear" anonymous logins?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2009 17:57:30 +0200

On 13.08.2009 17:03, Tausif Farooqi wrote:
> I logged into a subversion repository using TortoiseSVN client (Vista)
> anonymously and now it does not let me log in as any other user. Since I
> logged in anonymously it seems like it did not cache any user
> credentials and so the "Clear Authentication Data" button is disabled
> under the TortoiseSVN settings window. Since it is disabled there is
> nothing to clear and I never get an option to log in as a different user
> . Also, there is nothing under the folder:
> C:\Users\[user]\AppData\Roaming\Subversion\auth\svn.simple. Can someone
> please tell me how I can log in as a different user now?

If you can use a repository anonymously, svn never even gets asked for
But I guess you're just using the wrong url. Many servers are set up to
allow anonymous access via http, but authenticated (including commit)
access via https. Or some other part of the url is different.

Just either check out from the correct url, or do a relocate to the
correct url.


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