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Harrison, Andrew wrote: > I've tried setting the permissions correctly and forcing a commit, but > it's still wrong when I do an update. I assume this is because my server > is still 2.0.41? No, that'll work unless you have the repository on a FAT drive. I'd normally use chmod, but I just tried editing the ACL directly and it picked it up quite nicely. I've never come across the idea of windows itself obeying execute until recently. By default it has a nice collection of ACLs on the root drive that effectively grant execute to everyone, and only an explicit deny will stop it (sometimes not even then)... It seems some are now locking down their roots to deny execute which is why I've not heard of any problems (this code has been active since April with no issues). If you re-add the default ACLs to the root drive it'll work too without any extra effort. Tony