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Re: Can I "delete authentication" on a per server basis?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2010 09:39:43 +0100

On 19.03.2010 19:31, Joseph Fitzgerald wrote:
> I understand that I can delete all authentications for all servers
> from the Saved Data page of the settings dialog, but what I want is
> to just delete the authentication for just one of several servers.
> Is it possible?

Not from a dialog, but you can try to do it manually:
go to %APPDATA%\Subversion\auth

Depending on the auth type, go to one of the sub folders there, usually
it's 'svn.simple' but could be another one for your auth type.

You'll find a file in there for every repository you've saved the auth
data. Open those files in a text editor. You'll see a lot of garbage
chars since the saved passwords are encrypted. But at the end you can
see the url of the repository for which that file saved the auth data.
Find the file you're looking for and remove it.


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