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Re: Is there a way to prevent local caching AND not have the user log multiple times?

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-28 19:02:18 CEST

On 7/28/06, Keith and Teri Kwiatek <kwiatekfamily@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> Is there a way to configure subversion so that the user password will not be
> cached on the client, yet the user will not have to log in multiple times?
> Since the windows user will be logged into the domain, can the subversion
> client get the username/password from the OS and pass it to the subversion
> server/apaceh?
> Thanks
> K.

I believe you can use automatic authentication if you are using Apache
-- check on the TortoiseSVN FAQ or TortoiseSVN mailing list archives.
IIRC, you use mod_auth_sspi or mod_auth_ntlm or something along with a
new enough version of neon.


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