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Default login name incorrect

From: Ray Johnson <Rayj_at_ingenio.com>
Date: 2004-05-04 20:47:46 CEST

We have Apache/Subversion configured to use Windows domain
authentication. This requires the user to supply the domain name with
the login. However, when a user attempts to do a svn command (and
credentials are not cached) svn assumes the username - which is then
The typical interaction goes like this:
C:\subversion\KeenDev\SRC\sbin>svn update
Authentication realm: <http://svn:80> Subversion repositories
Password for 'RayJ': *********
Authentication realm: <http://svn:80> Subversion repositories
Username: keencorp\rayj
Password for 'keencorp\rayj': ********
At revision 46.
Basically folks end up always being asked for thier password twice.
Is there anyway to work around this? Simply turning off the feature of
assuming the Username would do the trick for this. Is there a way to do
Received on Tue May 4 20:48:29 2004

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