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Hi Glen, Thanks for the reply. We donot have a domain for our Windows machines, we use windows workgroup. That's why I am not sure how I can stop the users from accessing CVSROOT. I tried to create a Window user on the server machine and try to alias the cvs users with that real windows user, and I am unable to make it work. If I alias the cvs users with the admin who runs the CVSNT service, it works out fine. If only I can stop the users from accessing CVSROOT under the repository.. Could you let me know if you knew a way to do that? TIA and best regards, Krishna Balusu. "Glen Starrett" <grstarrett at cox.net> wrote in message news:mailman.35.1062692070.630.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... > > How can i create different groups in CVSNT? These groups will have > > differenent permissions on the same module. > > You can refer to my setup documentation for a starting point. From > there I would recommend you read the docs to get familiar with CVSNT and > how it works. > > http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki/SetAcl > > > > How can i create different users? ( I really don't want to > > share a single > > Windows NT account for all users and I also don't want to > > create a seperate > > account for each user on the server - Is there any other solution). > > How can i control permissions and access for users? > > You can use their NT domain accounts, assuming you have a domain set up. > That way the users only have one account for their machine AND cvsnt. > The best approach is to have one account per user in a domain, assign > those users to groups, and assign the NTFS permissions for CVSNT > repository to the groups. > > Regards, > > Glen Starrett > >