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I'm attempting to set up a Subversion source control provider, and am receiving an error-

"Unable to connect. Can't determine the user's config path"

I've tried using SVN command line, and get a similar error-

"Unable to connect. svn: E125001: Can't determine the user's config path"

Setup-

  • Windows Server 2008R2 64 bit
  • Subversion repository is across the network. Subversion URL is set as
    svn://svn.example.com.au/svn_repository/my-project/
    This URL works fine from TortoiseSVN repo browser.

Hi Pat,

Based on the error, it sounds like the subversion client (svn.exe) can't access the %userprofile% data.

What commandline client are you using? The one bundled with TortoiseSVN? I know that one can sometimes have issues with regards to storing user data.

The best bet is to try changing the credentials that the BuildMaster AppPool/Service is running under... or try a different svn.exe (or the one built-in to the extension).

Hope that helps,

Steve

I'm getting the error with both the bundled client and with Collabnet's Subversion client.

I'll into the credentials of the App Pool & Service.

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