[cvsnt] Re: CVS system groups

Alberto Di Fede alberto.difede at gmail.com
Wed Mar 8 23:08:00 GMT 2006

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I'l try that command tomorrow. Anyway, i've never had any problem  
with nested groups. In fact our cvsadmin group it's composed of two  
other groups and corresponding users work as expected.

It even doesn't matter wether it's the primary or secondary group of  
a user, by my experience. It's true, though, that listing domain  
groups under linux often doesn't show all users assigned neither  
nested groups.



Il giorno 08/mar/06, alle ore 22:39, Tony Hoyle ha scritto:

> Glen Starrett wrote:
>> 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.
> Also groups are listed in the cvs -ttt output... especially with  
> active directory it's not always so intuitive what groups a user is  
> a member of (in AD groups can contain groups, which can contain  
> other groups... however not all of those group memberships are  
> activated when you log in)
> Tony
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