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Tony Hoyle wrote: > * New ACL system. This one works down to the file level, and supports > directory inheritance. For a deny ACL you can specify a custom error > that's reported to the client (eg. 'This branch is on code freeze, > contact bill in support'). I like the sound of this. Will branches inherit from MAIN, have their own default, or be separate defaulting to default:RWC as it is now? > * SSPI now (correctly) takes its domain from the authentication token. > This means that if you're using cross-domain authentication the username > may change, which effects existing ACLs. This is also open to change - > eg. should DOMAIN1\foo be equal to DOMAIN2\foo for ACL checks? Since Domain1\foo isn't the same as Domain2\foo and could very well be 2 totally different people, you shouldn't assume they are the same. When you say "cross-domain authentication can cause the username to change", do you mean they would now have the domain pre-pended to them instead of plain username? Thanks for all your work on this, as usual! Regards, -- Glen Starrett