[cvsnt] Re: Problem connecting to repository using SSPI

Matt Schuckmann matthew_schuckmann at amat.com
Tue Aug 2 20:18:15 BST 2005

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Yes I have Access Successful and Failure for Full control selected for both
myself and my user.

One thing I noticed is that at the repository level I have permissions to
"Change Permissions", "Take Ownership", and "Delete Subfolders and Files" my
user does not have any of thes permission's, should he?
Higher up at the drive level he has even less permission's but he at least
has "Traverse folder", "List Folder", and "Read" permissions

Matt S.

"Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message
news:dcof99$2ga$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Matt Schuckmann wrote:
> > I checked the Audit Logs on the server and it shows that the user is
> > successfully logging in and logging off but that is it nothing else.
> > I noticed that if I execute a command there are additional security
> > privledges granted to me but I'm already an Administrator on the system
> > the privledges aren't anything that one should need to use CVS.
> Do you have auditing enabled for access failure?  I thought it was
> default on Win2003 but it might not be.
> > I noticed that in some other thread back in 2004 for a simlilar problem
> > (Tony) recommended setting a registry variable
> > HLKM\Software\CVS\PServer\ServerTraceLog  to get additional logging from
> > CVS, I tried creating and setting this to a file name but I get nothing,
> > should this still work?
> >
> It's ServerTraceFile
> It's good for finding errors before or during the authentication phase..
> not sure it'll help in your case though.
> Tony

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