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You are both right... Tortoise version 1.3.1 ("unstable") does indeed add the directory properly, so it was simply because it was a root folder. And thanks Bo for the clarification on WinCVS, although I dont understand why it makes you follow all those steps simply to "Add to Source Control"... Would you ever want to import, but not local checkout? Why not combine them like Tortoise, or at least make it an option? Thanks ----- Original Message ----- From: <torsten at tiscali.dk> To: "Bo Berglund" <Bo.Berglund at system3r.se>; "Greg Ennis" <greg at ennis.net> Cc: "CVS-NT Mailing list (E-mail)" <cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook> Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 6:50 AM Subject: RE: [cvsnt] Can't add some directories to source control Bo Berglund wrote: >Import does not place anything in your PC "under source control" as you think.... >What it does is it takes all the imported files and sends them to the server >where >they are placed in a repository module and are under source control. This is true, but the "Make New Module" command in TortoiseCVS does additional magic to checkout the files again in-place. >I can't add some folders (i.e. "C:\Inetpub") to source control. Most do work, >but "C:\Inetpub" in particular does not. I can't see how this is a security >issue because I have given "Everyone" full control of the "C:\Inetpub" folder. > >Using Tortoise CVS, doing a "Make new module" on "C:\Inetpub" appears to >work successfully, but nothing happens. Which version of TortoiseCVS are you using? Older versions could not handle a folder under CVS in the root of a drive. (you should follow-up to tortoisecvs-users at lists.sourceforge.net) -Torsten