Tortoise svn error validating server certificate

13-Feb-2015 20:13

In the first case you should ask your question on openssl mailing lists.

In the second case you could give the following a try: (never tried this setup exactly under Windows, so don't except too much.) The included precompiled libraries probably search the "cert bundle" under %HOMEPATH%\usr\local\ssl\(found with File Mon) or %SSL_CERT_FILE% if set.

But users may get "Error validating server certificate for 'https://...'" the next time when they try to connect to the same secure server even if they specified "p" the first time when they are prompted to accept the server certificate.

Error validating server certificate for 'https://example.com': - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority.

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In some cases, the certificate sent by the server is not a trusted certificate, the client may choose to trust the certificate if the server is target server for sure.Without that information it is impossible to even guess what's wrong.I have * Windows XP SP2 * Tortoise SVN 1.1.3, Build 2502, UNICODE Subversion 1.1.3, apr 0.9.5 apr-iconv 0.9.5 apr-utils 0.9.5 berkeley db 4.2.52 neon 0.24.7 Open SSL 0.9.7e zlib 1.2.2 * I made 2 tests : one directory under svn and one directory without svn. Depending wich directory I choose I have different results. It changes them for its own threads, but only on the UI part, not the shell part. So there must be something else wrong with your setup.Also, you haven't told us anything about what TSVN version you're using, what OS your running, installed servicepacks, ...When connecting to a https URL Tortoise SVN uses the subversion library which uses neon to connect to the URL.

In some cases, the certificate sent by the server is not a trusted certificate, the client may choose to trust the certificate if the server is target server for sure.Without that information it is impossible to even guess what's wrong.I have * Windows XP SP2 * Tortoise SVN 1.1.3, Build 2502, UNICODE Subversion 1.1.3, apr 0.9.5 apr-iconv 0.9.5 apr-utils 0.9.5 berkeley db 4.2.52 neon 0.24.7 Open SSL 0.9.7e zlib 1.2.2 * I made 2 tests : one directory under svn and one directory without svn. Depending wich directory I choose I have different results. It changes them for its own threads, but only on the UI part, not the shell part. So there must be something else wrong with your setup.Also, you haven't told us anything about what TSVN version you're using, what OS your running, installed servicepacks, ...When connecting to a https URL Tortoise SVN uses the subversion library which uses neon to connect to the URL.The ssl-work in neon (like certificate validation) is handled by the ssl-libraries "libeay32.dll" and "ssleay32.dll" (Included in tsvn msi installation.) So: Isn't it possible to "accept permanently" once for every user (because of an error) or do you just want this question to never appear after tsvn installation?