My brother, my cousin and I have a server for a side project.
This server is located by my brother's house in Italy, my cousin lives in the US and I am based in germany.
We are all connected to the server via VPN, besides my brother which is in LAN of course.
The server hosts a repository made with visual svn, it's a local http repo with access enabled only to 3 users.
What is really weird is that we all are connected to the server via VPN because we all 3 can log in with desktop remote to the server, the big issue is that my brother and I managed to get the repository via SVN checkout, and shortly after it asked us the log in details of the users from visual svn, for my cousin instead it asked nothing and directly got the error in the tortoise svn console that says "target machine activity refused it" which i think it is related to the fact you don't get a log in pop up?
Also, if I try accessing the repository via google chrome, i can get inside of the local repository, after logging in with the credential made from visual svn, while my cousin can't, getting a chrome error and the only thing he can do is reload the page (no advance option for "not secure" websites)
Again, my cousin can log in with desktop remote, so he technically is in "LAN" too, but can't access SVN?
I would appreciate any help for this topic, thanks in advance