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Re: How to get thru. proxy in NT environment?

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-12-22 17:22:17 CET

Archie wrote:

> I used svn try to get thru. a customer's env. with
>the following command and the corresponding proxy
>setting, but had some error. When the same command is
>in Non-NT env. it works. what is wrong? The details
>are as follows:
>svn checkout
>svn:PROPFIND of '/repos/asf/cocoo':407 Proxy
>Authentication Required (The ISA Server requires
>authorization to fulfill the request. Access to the
>Web Proxy service is denied).
It looks like they have a transparent proxy for all http:// requests set
up on their NT server which requires authentication. I'm guessing it
uses Windows Domain authentication which normally takes place without
user intervention. Talk to your network administrator to see if there's
a way around the proxy.

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