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Re: Totoise SVN and non-public certificate

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 21:01:45 +0100

On 18.11.2011 20:50, Frank Breedijk wrote:
> The certificate of the internal CA is in the windows CA list.
> Does Tortoise use the windows CA list, or does it have its own CA list?
> If Tortoise has its own CA list, how do I manipulate it?
> Is there a web page you can refer me to (I did look for it, but could not find it)

TSVN uses OpenSSL and the svn library to do all that stuff.
Both OpenSSL and svn on Windows use the Windows CA list. But it has to
be configured correctly.
Please search the web on how to do that and verify that it actually works.


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