The flow is like this, I get my account unlocked, fire up smartsvn, attempt a commit and it asks for a password. I enter the password, and the commit works.
I leave the smartsvn running and its probably refreshing in the background. I switch over to smartsvn and try to commit more files and it asks me for a password. I enter it and it does not go through, which means my account got locked. I need to go and unlock my account...which has a limit and I soon run out of it and need some admin to unlock me.
Don't use SSH.
Under preferences -> Authentication there is only info in the subversion tab where the url (https) and username are present, password has unknown (I dont save the password anymore).
I dont have a master password either.
Just got unlocked committed a few files and I am locked out again.
Authorization fails once I get locked out..
Update to HEAD: Can't create session
Unable to connect to a repository at URL 'https://subversion.xxxxxx.com/svn/svn-yyyyy/trunk/zzzzz'
User canceled dialog
Password issue has been resolved. It was a user error and not related to smartSVN at all. My username was used in a continuous build process and its password had expired causing the domain lockouts and authentication across multiple domain controllers made it seem that it failed during the usage of smartsvn.
Thank you, Thomas, for assisting and I apologize for wasting your time.