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Gerhard Fiedler wrote: >>The script needs to be simplified somewhat too, since the CVS ACL >>commands are even more robust and powerful now. > > > Is it safe enough to only use the cvsnt ACL commands for the repository? I > remember that previous documentation stated that a combination of Windows > ACL and cvsnt ACL was considered necessary. (Considering that access to > this computer is secured, and only possible through cvsnt.) I'd imagine it depends on how you are going to manage your users to CVS and your needs. By default, you'll be allowing everyone who can connect to the machine to access your CVSNT repository. In my server, I have a NT group that users have to join before they have any access to CVSNT -- but that complicates the use of ViewCVS slightly (in the setup). You can also set up a default setting on your repository that denies access to anyone you don't want in there, it's just another possible way to manage your setup. I'd set it up a couple ways and test it out in your organization. Know that the simpler the better in general is the best way, so I'd recommend looking at the pure CVSNT approach if that would be practical for your organization. Regards, -- Glen Starrett