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RE: Re: Windows 10 Security Update breaks TSVN Auth?

From: Per Salmi <per.salmi_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2016 06:52:11 -0700 (PDT)

> > Are there any TSVN users out there that have ran into trouble using TSVN
> > during the last couple of weeks since installing Windows 10 Security Update
> > KB3193494 or KB3189866?
> >
> Are you sure that this behavior is related to those Windows Updates? I
> really doubt that this issue has anything to do with those updates. Does it
> reproduce on any other non-domain machine with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1?

The authentication works again if we uninstall the security updates, whichever of them that got installed. But KB3193494, as it is a replacement for KB3189866, will automatically be reinstalled again as soon as Windows Update runs again... so it is not a very good workaround.
We do not have any non-domain Windows 7 och 8.1 clients available to test with. Some domain-joined ones are around and then the authentication works.

> I can guess that by "Windows authentication" you mean Integrated Windows
> Authentication <https://www.visualsvn.com/server/features/windows-auth/>
> (IWA). Right?

The server is 1.8.x from a WANDisco distribution, server config says the authentication is set to SSPIAuth, and also should offer basic authentication because of some other clients.

>Have you recently switched to using IWA? The behavior could
> occur if you switched to IWA from Basic authentication. Basic auth will
> prompt users for credentials, but IWA does not.

No changes have been made to the server side at all when this problem occurred.

> In such case, you should use Windows Credential Manager on non-domain
> machines. The users should put their account's credentials to access
> VisualSVN Server into Windows Credential Manager:
> 1. Start *Control Panel | Credential Manager*.
> 2. Click *Add a Windows Credential*.
> 3. As *Internet or network address* enter the FQDN of VisualSVN Server's
> machine.
> 4. As *Username* enter your domain account's username in DOMAIN\Username
> format.
> 5. Complete the password field and click *OK*.

Tried this as a workaround but still get the same authentication error message, the FQDN, user and password was already in the credential manager. Tried removing and reentering info. No success.



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