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Proxy NTLM in TortoiseSVN - 407

From: Fischer, Christian <Christian.Fischer_at_berner-mattner.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 09:46:05 +0200

I know that this is a common and old issue in TortoiseSVN and that there
are many threads concerning this topic.

But I have been looking for several hours to find a solution and could
not find any help or statement if it works.

Also the manual does not say anything about this topic.


The problem is as follows:

- Connecting to a subversion server via a proxy with NTLM
authentication does not work

- The proxy server is a Squid, and the authentication cannot be
changed (proxy of a large enterprise)

- TortoiseSVN shows the error 407 - Authentication required

- The only workaround I got it working was to visit the
https-URL with the IE before working with Tortoise
(I think because of the keep-alive the following connections go through
the proxy without needing an authentication)

- I do not want to compile any files, include a newer
neo-Release or whatever.


My simple question is:

- Is NTLM authentication possible with TortoiseSVN? (If you
cannot change the proxy settings)

- What are the exact steps to get it working?

- If NTLM is not possible - are there any plans to integrate
this in the future? When?


Any help is really appreciated - thanks in advance.





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