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"John Peacock" <jpeacock at rowman.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:3DC81921.1020404 at rowman.com... > Bernhard Weichel wrote: > Tell us what you want to actually accomplish, rather than how you think you need > to go about accomplising it. Normally, each user has their own sandbox (checked > out modules) and only interacts with the server process, which actually updates > the repository itself. I describe the scenario in more detail: 1. we have a fileserver in which I want to place the raw repository as well as a reference copy of the most recent version (for management which has no sandbox). The file server is professionally backed up. So all project data is maintained there. No application service is allowed on \\fs0007. \\fs007\myproject\CVS-repository\workproducts \\fs007\myproject\reference-copy 2. we will have an application server (called myappsvr) on which we will run the CVSNT service. The fileserver shares are mapped to drives there: r: is mapped to \\fs007\myproject\CVS-repository Repository prefix is set to r:/CVS-repository 3. each developer has his sandbox, lets say on C: c:\myproject The project manager will perform CVS update on the reference-copy on a regular basis (perhaps controlled by a scheduler. For this purpose, he will als map x: will be mapped to \\fs007\myproject\reference-copy and maintain a readonly sandbox here for reference purposes. 4. because of the access policy, all project members have per default read/write access to \\fs007\myproject and its descendant directories.there is an NT group called myproject_team_members which controls the access to \\fs0007\myproject. It is all controlled by a domain controller. No local user accounts are used. 5. I want to make sure, that users do not use the raw CVS-Repository even if it is visible in the myproject. They should use CVSROOT=:sspi:mappsvr:/workproducts they shall not use CVSROOT=:local:\\fs007\myproject\CVS-repository\workproducts 6. I want that only the members of myproject_team_members may perform CVS operations on the CVS service provided by myappsvr. But they shall not manipulate files within \\fs0007\myproject\CVS-repository How can I setup this? Bernhard Weichel > > John > > -- > John Peacock > Director of Information Research and Technology > Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group > 4720 Boston Way > Lanham, MD 20706 > 301-459-3366 x.5010 > fax 301-429-5747 >