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Since last year, I was successfully running CVSNT and Cygwin SSH on Windows 2000 without any problems. I have upgraded to the latest versions and now when a user commits to the repository the permissions are much too strict. Any other user trying to commit to the repository gets a "permission denied" error because commits are done in the equivalent of a chmod 755. This only happens when i use SSH. When I use the PSERVER protocol, things are fine. The files are marked as Everyone/Full Control. (i.e. 777) I would like to know what changed and how I would go about fixing it? The web documents I originally used to set up the server have been replaced with 404 or "This page has been taken offline, see the Cygwin documentation" , etc. I have been pulling my hair out for 48 hours trying to figure out what happened, but all the documentation and howto's I have found via Google are horribly inadequate for my situation. Any insight would greatly be appreciated.