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RE: Windows 10 Security Update breaks TSVN Auth?

From: Per Salmi <per.salmi_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2016 01:57:08 -0700 (PDT)

Well, I didn't find any solution other than that I had to join the computer to the domain.

Your runas /netonly trick works partially as when I use that I do not have to switch to my domain user to work with SVN. With "runas" I can run VS 2015 as the domain user and and use AnkhSVN or command line tools to update or commit, while logged into the desktop as my Microsoft Account user.

Still got problems as I would not like to join the customers domain when working with SVN as I am a consultant working with multiple networks and customers. So the domain join and runas is a workaround that gives back access in command prompt but not a solution for TortoiseSVN Explorer shell integration.

Thanks for the "runas" suggestion!


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