[cvsnt] Re: cvsnt on WinXP
GStegemann at csi.com
Mon Oct 14 08:19:42 BST 2002
Tony Hoyle wrote:
> On Sun, 13 Oct 2002 18:43:49 +0200, Gerhard Stegemann wrote:
> > But the problem really may be due to the fact that the Home Edition
> > of Windows XP does not support security settings and configurable
> > permissions. To have full support for permission settings you have
> > to use Windows XP Prof.
> Aargh XP is even worse than I thought...
Only the Home Edition.
> You could track down a copy of ntswitch to turn it into an XP Prof I
I'm not sure if this will help for every case.
> The best way is to configure the TEMP to C:\TEMP and set it there in
> the system environment & on the cvsnt control panel.
What I always do too.
> A *lot* of software will break if it can't write to the temp directory,
> and if there's no way to change the permissions then XP must be
> terminally broken.
Yes, in case of the Home Edition. Anyway, the Home Edition should not be
used for professional work.
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