[cvsnt] Re: Problem connecting to repository using SSPI

Matt Schuckmann matthew_schuckmann at amat.com
Wed Aug 3 01:22:28 BST 2005

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I've turned on all kinds of security audit logging for myself, my user, and
the SYSTEM and can't find any place where it reports a failure (plenty of
successes but no failures)
I can see in the security logging where the SYSTEM account successfully
accesses the CVSROOT/config file and CVSROOT/passwd file then for me my
account accesses the root of the repository but in my users case it goes off
accessing some temporary directory in the temp folder with out an error or
failure or anything.
I don't get it.

Matt S.

"Tony Hoyle" <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote in message
news:dcoh3n$3fv$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Matt Schuckmann wrote:
> > 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
> >
> The only thing he (and LocalSystem of course) needs is Traverse Folder,
> until it gets to the repository level.
> At the repository it's entirely down to you except read access is needed
> to the CVSROOT/config file at a minimum (possibly a couple of others...
> there was a wiki entry on the minimum permissions at one time).
> Tony

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