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From: John Emmas <johne53_at_tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Sat, 9 Jul 2011 15:07:10 +0100

A company I'm doing some work for has sent me a couple of RSA keys so I can have write access to their repo. They sent me some instructions which involved me having to install something called PuTTY which in turn, uses some utilities called PuttyGen and Pageant to (supposedly) set all this up for me. Once it's all set up I should be able to have read & write access to their repository.

I've set up everything as per their instructions - but when I try to do a TortoiseSVN checkout I keep getting asked for a password. They didn't provide me with any password so I assumed that the keys they sent me should grant me access to the repo without a password.

So I'm assuming there's a step somewhere that's been missed out. Is it possible that somehow, I need to configure TSVN so that it "knows" to use PuTTY / Pageant / SSH or whatever? Hope this makes sense to someone!



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