[cvsnt] Failed to set access control using NTFS permission control
zou.min at renesas.com
Thu Jun 2 02:08:40 BST 2005
Thanks for your tip!
Bo Berglund wrote:
> How did you configure your CVSNT server in the tab where you specify
> in what context the commands shall run?
> You muat have this set to "client user" (not sure about the exact wording
> and I cannot check here because I have only 2.0.41a at work).
Yeah, you are right. In the "Sever Settings" tab, I chose a privileged
user in "Run as user" field. After changing it to "client user", it
> The NTFS permissions will only be useful if cvs is switching over to using
> the user account that sent the command.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
> Of Min ZOU
> Sent: den 1 juni 2005 09:33
> To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
> Subject: [cvsnt] Failed to set access control using NTFS permission
> I created a new group named "CVSReadOnly" in my CVSNT server, and added
> a new account named "cvstest" into the group. I would like to prevent
> "cvstest" from doing any commit operations in the repository.
> So, I just configured the NTFS Security setting in the repository root
> directory so that "CVSReadOnly" group has no "Write" access to the
> directory and all its sub-directories. And I also verified that
> "cvstest" user cannot write any files/folders in the repository after
> logging into the computer.
> However, "cvstest" can still commit changes to any of the modules in the
> repository. It seems that the NTFS permission control I set doesn't take
> any effect at all.
> My config:
> CVSROOT=:sspi::cvstest at xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:/cvsrepo
> CVSNT 2.5.01 (Travis) Build 1949
> Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 2
> Any tips? Thanks!
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