[cvsnt] Read Only Access using sspi

Harrison, Andrew andy.harrison at anite.com
Thu May 6 16:09:37 BST 2004

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Our repository is set up using sspi authentication. Users use their network
login when using CVS, so I can control access to the repository by assigning
access rights on the server directories by network login id. This works for
those who I want to give full access, but if I give someone read-only access
they still can't access the repository because CVS attempts to write a
history and a lock file. Is there an easy way around this or do I just have
to give them full access and trust that they're not going to start modifying


Andy Harrison - Platform Software Engineer 
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