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Access denied issue

From: germinator <germinator_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2016 19:25:16 -0700 (PDT)

         I have a repository running visual SVN server on Windows. This has been running without issues for a while. I have access to that computer and can change any setting I need on the server.

I have two client computers: one is setup by IT dept., runs Win7 Pro. My login credentials to this computer are the same as my Domain credentials. Using this computer I can access SVN repo with no problems.

Recently I have setup a new Win7 Pro computer (actually, a VM). My login credentials to this computer are a simple password. I have changed the workgroup of this computer to the domain, and I have entered my domain login credentials when asked to do so. I get a correct IP address on the work network and I can access the SVN via URL. The problem is that I cannot access the SVN repo using SVN>Repo browser. When I do so, I get first a warning about the certificate (to which I choose to permanently accept), then the usual login dialog box (which I fill out with the domain login credentials. The SVN has been setup to accept those). But then, I get a SECOND authorization dialog box, from "Windows Security". I fill that one out as well. Then I get the access forbidden message. On the first computer, only the first login dialog box shows up. I have tried turning off firewall, no change.

Any suggestions?


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Received on 2016-09-26 07:37:43 CEST

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