Just as you can setup the Subversion client to not prompt for a password every time you communicate with the Subversion server in a similar but not so secure way you can do this with TortoiseSVN.
The easiest way to do this is to right click in Windows Explorer, select Tortoise > Settings. Then in the Settings window select Network. Then in the SSH client set use the Tortoise SSH client, TortoisePlink, to use your username and password. For example:
D:\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe -l foo -pw bar
That was informative, easy and just what I needed.
Thanks for the information. it was very helpfull!;)
Very Helpful.. Thanks a lot… 🙂
Awesome, I was going nuts with ssh key gens… Thanks!
Thanks man .. very helpful!
Thanks a lot. That’s what I wanted to have. I found solutions where you had to create public keys and all that stuff. But this solution is like my kind of solution 🙂
Thanks for the help. Was getting frustrated with ssh key generators. But this totally helps.
Thanks @Frank Kim. I solved my problem. Publish my blog.
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Unfortunately this trick doesn’t work with TortoiseGit 1.7.x 🙁
Thanks you.. very much helpful..
The username usually is written in the URL of the repository setting: svn+ssh://[username]@[server]/[path_repository] so to the the Tortoise SSH client, TortoisePlink, to use your username and password you is enough with:
“C:Program FilesTortoiseSVNbinTortoisePlink.exe” -pw
Very Helpful… Thanks alot 🙂
right click on desktop -> Tortoise SVN-> settings -> saved data -> authentication data (button press ‘clear’) !
try logging in now again !
Thanks a lot for this information 🙂
I removed all contents (files and folders) of this directory: “%APPDATA%\subversion\auth\” same that to go in “Tortoise SVN-> settings -> saved data -> authentication data -> clear all”