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SVN keeps getting my AD password revoked.

From: Wendell Nichols <wcn00_at_shaw.ca>
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2012 19:16:21 -0600

I have many eclipse subversion based projects. I work on them as
needed. the probelm is that if I open a project that I haven't accessed
in some time and the cached svn password is old (and therefore wrong) by
the time I notice it has tried three times (or more) under the covers to
login and AD revokes my userid. If I'm working when the helpdesk is not
manned, I'm screwed till the next day!
I would like to have a setting that restricts auth errors to one attempt
before notifying me. That includes, for instance, opening three old
projects at once.

Does this sound familiar?
Thanks Wendell Nichols
Received on 2012-09-18 07:39:04 CEST

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