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Subversion login with current windows username and password (SSPI)

From: <axel5_at_sol.dk>
Date: 2004-09-10 10:19:30 CEST

Hi,

I'm running Subversion on an Apache server with the WebDav module and using
SSPI authentication.

Is it possible to get Subversion to login with the current windows user
(not using the unsecure auth cache)?

Thanks in advance.

Alex

Here is the same question posted at TortoiseSVN's mailing list:

axel5@sol.dk wrote:

> I'm running Windows 2000 and have problems with TortoiseSVN not saving
the
> authentication data (encrypted).
> It just keeps prompting for username and password.

We know. That bug got fixed one day after RC1 came out.

> I'm running Subversion on an Apache server with the WebDav module and
using
> SSPI authentication.
> What I really would like TortoiseSVN to do, is to try to login with the
> current windows user, which also would make the above problem irrelevant.

That's not something TortoiseSVN can do. It's Subversion's task, or
better the neon library.

Stefan

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axel5@sol.dk wrote:

> I'm running Windows 2000 and have problems with TortoiseSVN not saving the
> authentication data (encrypted).
> It just keeps prompting for username and password.

We know. That bug got fixed one day after RC1 came out.

> I'm running Subversion on an Apache server with the WebDav module and using
> SSPI authentication.
> What I really would like TortoiseSVN to do, is to try to login with the
> current windows user, which also would make the above problem irrelevant.

That's not something TortoiseSVN can do. It's Subversion's task, or
better the neon library.

Stefan

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