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Issue with basic authentication

From: Dave Agro <schwagro_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2013 10:37:36 -0500

I am having an issue with a user who is trying to use TortoiseSVN to access
our VisualSVN Server repository. Anyone who is in our domain on a domain
joined PC uses integrated authentication and it works just fine. However,
this user is not joined to our domain, and is prompted for a
username/password. When he enters it, he can connect to the site
URL just fine and see's the repository he has rights to. However, when he
tries to open the repository, he gets an error "Error running context: An
error occurred during authentication". And I can see in the logs that it's
actually trying to authenticate against the repository with his local
machine credentials, and not the credentials he entered. This happens if he
connects directly to the repository as well (https://

He is able to access the contents of the repository just fine using a web
browser, but he needs to be able to do more than access the files. Also,
this is the newest version of TortoiseSVN, 1.8.2. Has anyone run into this


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