[cvsnt] Read Only Access using sspi

Harrison, Andrew andy.harrison at anite.com
Thu May 6 16:33:58 BST 2004

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> From: Bo Berglund [mailto:Bo.Berglund at system3r.se]
> Or you can explicitly allow write to CVSROOT/history for all 
> users, this way
> you can control access via the NTFS file system.

I did this and it stopped giving an error on the history file, but gave an
error on the lock file.

> Lock files are not used anymore if you enable the Lockserver service.

Ah, I thought I had enabled the Lockserver. How do I check this? The CVS-NT
control panel shows "CVS Lock Service" as Running. Is there anything else?

> But CVS write temporary data to the Temp dir used by CVS 
> (configured in the
> control panel). This folder therefore must have full access 
> for everyone.

Yep, got that, thanks.


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