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Tony Hoyle wrote: > That's why there's no viewcvs on the cvsnt repository any more... It's > probably fixable, but you'd need to modify viewcvs eg. have some form of > login and be able to pass the username to cvsnt for the acl check. > > Tony When I implemented permissions for my group, I had to use NTFS permissions because of this -- and then I had to do an extra step after the normal ViewCVS installation to force authentication in order to get logged in. I would imagine depending on the OP needs (since ViewCVS is RO anyway) they could set up a group that is authorized to access the repository at all, then use CVSNT ACL for the finer write / tag / etc. control within the repository. -- Glen Starrett