We have multiple SVN repositories (all of them on internal company 
network). Access to them is controlled on a group-basis.
When adding SVN repo to RB (2.0.6) it requires username and password. 
However, creating a dedicated generic username for each repo/user-group and 
then managing access both in RB and repository itself for each new 
repo/project requires quite a bit of redundant manual work...

Why RB needs a generic username-pass for accessing repository? It is 
appreciated that file caching will be more efficient when repo is "public", 
but one can accept performance hit if administration of many repositories 
need to be minimized.
So, is it possible to configure RB to use real user credentials instead of 
generic user's?

Thanks in advance

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