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I am trying to understand ACL rights. My aim is to prevent users creating new directories in the repository. I'll create new directories for each project and will give read, write etc. access for the users. So I've created a repository in "C:\CVSACLREP" and given the prefix /cvsaclrep Then I've changed the owner to tanera and given the following rights: C:\>cvs rlsacl . Directory: <root> Owner: tanera user=tanera all <default> read If I remove the read right for default (I mean "cvs rchacl -a none .") but in this case users can not see any directory in the root. So I've given the read right. But in this case users can create new directories in the root which I did not expect? for example I connect as davutu user and give the command: >cvs import -m "import test by davutu" testcvs3 start Then testcvs3 directory is created in the root. How can I prevent this at the same time allowing users to see directories in the root? -- Taner Akbulut Toyota Motor Europe