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> From: Tony Hoyle [mailto:tmh at nodomain.org] > > 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. No, both my local machine and the server are running NTFS. > I'd normally use chmod, but I just tried editing the ACL > directly and it > picked it up quite nicely. chmod is a *nix command. I'm running on Win2K. I'm not using cygwin or any other sort of *nix emulation. This is all purely Win2K stuff. To set the permissions I right click on the file in Windows Explorer and select Properties from the pop-up menu. I then select the Security tab. This then shows a list of users or user groups that have permissions. For each user/group you can either allow or deny permissions for Full Control, Modify, Read & Execute, Read, and Write. There is also a check box to "Allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate to this object." The default behaviour in Win2K is that no specific allow/denies are set and all permissions are inherited from the parent. This is what I was getting with 2.0.41a. This is exactly what I need since the root of by HD has got Full Control allowed for 'Everyone'. Now when I do a check-out the inherit check box is no longer ticked, and all specific permissions are read/write only, not execute. I understand that you have put these changes in for the users who are running *nix systems or emulations, but it seems to have broken Windows systems. Would it be possible to have an option to set the permissions to 'Inherit from parent' until this can be sorted out properly? > If you > re-add the default ACLs to the root drive it'll work too without any > extra effort. No, my default permissions are Full Control to Everybody. The problem is that files checked out by 2.0.51 are *NOT* inheriting the parents permissions, but are generating their own from somewhere. Andy -- Andy Harrison - Platform Software Engineer Anite Telecoms Ltd. 127 Fleet Road, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 3QN, UK "No matter how bad things seem... ...nothing could be worse than being used as a towel rail." - A.A. Milne Please note that my email domain has changed from @anitetelecoms.com to @anite.com Registered in England No. 1721900 Registered Office: 353 Buckingham Avenue, Slough, Berkshire SL1 4PF, United Kingdom Scanned for viruses by MessageLabs. The integrity and security of this message cannot be guaranteed. This email is intended for the named recipient only, and may contain confidential information and proprietary material. Any unauthorised use or disclosure is prohibited.