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Berkley, Donna -CIV wrote: > Greetings all ... > > I am relatively new to CVS and have been reading over the site and the installation information. I want to set up CVS to be used with Oracle's JDeveloper by a team of 16 developers. I'm a little fuzzy about how all of this works so I have a couple of questions. > > First, must I use Windows 2000 Server or can I set the CVS Server part up on a plain Windows 2000 pc on our network ? Second, on either a plain Win2000 pc or Win2000 Server will we run into the max connection limit of 10 connections that seems to be an issue when you try to share drives ? > > Forgive my ignorance ... I feel like I'm a bit out of my depth. > > Donna J. Berkley > IT Specialist > CeTARS Development Team > NETPDTC, Code N611 > DSN 922-1001 x-1369 > Comm 850-452-1001 x-1369 > Fax 850-452-1928 > Email: donna.berkley at cnet.navy.mil <mailto:donna.berkley at cnet.navy.mil> > > No one can make you feel inferior without first getting your consent. ~Eleanor Roosevelt > > I'm not a pro either, so don't take the answers for godgiven ;-) a) You don't need a Win2k Server. Any workstation in your LAN is fine. (works for me, no drawbacks noticed) b) I believe the (artificially-Microsoft-introduced) 10-connection-buy-our-overpriced-server-software-limit applies to shared folders ONLY and this only with non-server versions. Anyway, with 16 users chances are you'll never encounter 10 simultanous accesses, since cvs connections are not of a permanent nature. Good luck, Wolfgang