[cvsnt] Re: CVS system groups

Alberto Di Fede alberto.difede at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 23:03:40 GMT 2006

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Well, it's a VM on my machine running on a VMware Workstation 5.5.  
The guest os is a duplicate of our production environment, with  
machine name and ip changed in order to avoid conflicts. The guest os  
is joined to our Win 2000 AD Domain as a member.



Il giorno 08/mar/06, alle ore 18:27, Glen Starrett ha scritto:

> Albe wrote:
>> Thanks for the answer.
>> To be sure i ran the test on a virtual machine in order to avoid  
>> any problem or operator (me) mistake on the productive server. I  
>> spent like the entire afternoon and part of the morning on the issue.
>> Then, fed up, i tried it on the production server and it works!!!
> Just for my own understanding, how does your test VM server fit  
> into your overall domain environment?  Is it a DC or a member  
> server?  Is it a XP Pro workstation?
> Glad to hear it's working for you now.
> Regards,
> -- 
> Glen Starrett
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