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Re: kerberos authentication using ankhsvn and tortoisesvn

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 09 Mar 2010 22:05:09 +0100

On 07.03.2010 14:47, liat katzir wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm working with subversion 1.5.6 on a Linux server.
> The clients are working with windows XP.
> so far we worked with VS 2005,2008 and ankhsvn2.0 and didn't encountered
> any problem.
> when moved to Visual Studio 2010 release candidate or beta2 the
> recommendation is to upgrade to ankhsvn2.1, when doing so, the
> integration with SVN stopped working, and we got the message"failed
> authorise remote repository".
> why this happened?does Ankhsvn2.1 support kerberos?if not when are you
> going to release a version that support it.
> So far the tortoise client that we use 1.5.7 did support kerberos
> authentication type.
> When installing tortoise version 1.6.7 we got error messages, and we
> looked through the web and found out that this version is not supporting
> kerberos but 1.6.6 does.
> I wanted to know whether the develop road of the tortoise is to support
> kerberos always since we work in a very strong authentication in our
> organization(smart cards).
> If you can please refer me to other users that encountered similar problems
> Thanks in Advanced,

I'm not aware that we disabled kerberos authentication in the latest
TSVN version. But we did update to neon 0.29.3 in that release.

If you have such a setup, you might be able to provide more information
to the neon mailing list:


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