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Re: Problem: TortoiseProc.exe uses wrong credentials / overwrites credentials in svn.simple with wrong data

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2017 15:04:03 +1300

On 2/02/2017 02:23, Philipp Mott wrote:
> After Login at a client machine TortoiseProc.exe overwrites previously
> stored credentials in %APPDATA%\Roaming\Subversion\auth\svn.simple.
> In addition to the "real" users all repos allow read-only access to a
> simple user with a known password; The username is "bind".
> Whenever a user logs on to windows the previously stored credential file
> (excerpt below) is overwritten by the credentials for "bind".
> There is also an instance of TortoiseProc.exe "hanging" in the process list.

This sounds like you have a login script or Run entry or similar at the
site which is trying to run TortoiseProc with those credentials.

Obviously TSVN itself can't possibly know about a user called "bind", so
it must be something site-specific.

TortoiseProc is a GUI program and should never be used from login
scripts or similar non-interactive environments; use the svn
command-line client in those contexts instead.


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Received on 2017-02-13 03:04:35 CET

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