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RE: Svn fails authentication without asking for credentials

From: Carsten Schurig <cs-ml-0110031013_at_ebz-dresden.de>
Date: 2003-10-24 11:20:27 CEST

Steve Dwire <mailto:sdwire@pcsigroup.com> wrote on Friday, October 24,
2003 1:10 AM:

> I'm afraid I found my answer. (Forgot to search the users list last
> time...)
> http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?list=users&msgId=274913
> Looks like SSPI is not supported, and the details for setting up the
> server that way have been removed from the TortoiseSVN installation
> help file.
> (Waaaah!)

Funnily enough all works fine on my machine using svn 0.30.0, apache2
(SSL) with SSPI authentification. The workstations run TSVN 0.20.2. I
updated from svn 0.28 and the passwords were asked back then AFAIR.

What's reilly weird is, that if I delete all the caches and try to
access a repos, TSVN crashes with an error in TortoiseProc.ex.exe -> so
maybe SSPI isn't really working.

I think it would really be a shame for Windows users, if SSPI won't work
because it's a very nice feature to use an already set up
authentification. I'd hate to do an extra user administration. ;-)


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Received on Fri Oct 24 11:38:26 2003

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