We use the password stored in the repository configuration directly when
talking to Subversion. It sounds like the one set there still isn't
correct. You would need to double-check, probably one repository at a time,
that the password you're entering into the repository configuration is the
same one you're testing using TortoiseSVN.
Is both your Windows install and Subversion account tied to an Active
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On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 6:41 PM, Dharmanshu Jadeja <
> I have recently updated my windows password which is also used to access
> Subversion. After updating the password for repositories, ReviewBoard
> v18.104.22.168 is no longer connecting to SVN. I'm getting following error,
> *Authentication failed when talking to the Subversion repository*
> I can however connect to SVN from machine, when I use tortoiseSVN client.
> Not sure, what is wrong with ReviewBoard accepting new password.
> Any help in this regard will be greatly appreciated.
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