[cvsnt] upgraded acl settings...

bwhicks at aep.com bwhicks at aep.com
Thu Mar 2 21:30:21 GMT 2006

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if you are on linux/unix, use this command from your CVSROOT:

find . -name fileattr.xml -exec rm {} \;

On windows, do a search using the search function in the start menu
starting in the CVSROOT for files called "fileattr.xml". Then just
highlight all the results and delete them.

The server recreates the files when you set new ACLs, but not having a file
is the default.


cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org wrote on 03/02/2006 02:38:44 PM:

> Hello,
>   We upgraded from CVSNT 2.0.41a to 2.5.03 Build 2151 and I've been
> at the ACL lists we had on the 41a version.  It appears that what I want
> do is just set a acl on root directory.  However, the old ACL's have been
> brought over on each sub-directory.  I'd like to remove these
> acl's (I'd like to reset all alc's to default).  Is there a way to do
> Thanks,
> John Cole
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