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I gave him full control from the drive letter on up and he still can't access the respository. He doesn't need to have an actual account on the server does he, I was under the impression that wasn't needed as long as he could authenticate via the domain authority. Matt S. "Matt Schuckmann" <matthew_schuckmann at amat.com> wrote in message news:dcmc27$sct$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > Are traversal rights read rights, or read write or? > > So even though he will never acces the repository files directly I need to > give him read/write access to the repository? > That doesn't seem right? > > Should I be using a proxy user for the service to run under or am I not > understanding something? > > Matt S. > > "Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message > news:dcm9ss$raj$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > > Matt Schuckmann wrote: > > > > > cvs [ls aborted]: cvs [server aborted]: Repository directory > E:/DATA/CVSRepo > > > does not exist: Permission denied > > > > > > I checked his CVSROOT and it looks right. What's funny is the path > > > E:/DATA/CVSRepo is the real path to the CVS repositories on the server. > > > I also had him try the command from my system and he gets the same > error. > > > Even though I didn't think that he needed them I gave him full read & > write > > > privileges to the repository directory but that didn't help. > > > > > He needs traversal rights to E:\ and E:\Data to access E:\Data\CVSRepo. > > Without that you'll get the above error, since the system won't even > > tell him whether the repository exists or not. > > > > Tony > >