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When I setup CVSNT server, 2 objectives in my mind: (1) Users (except root) should not have read/ write permission to the CVS repository through remote control (for example, telnet) (2) However, users can checkout/ checkin the files to CVS repository through CVS pserver. (by using tortoise cvs) For (1), I can just simply set the CVS folder to chmod 700. However, by setting the CVS respository to 700, this will break (2). User can no longer checkout/ checkin files to CVS repository through CVS pserver The simplest solution is to disable telnet feature. However, we do not want to do so. We want the user to have the ability to remote control, in order to perform other operations. Any advice for achieve (1) and (2) at the same time? Thank you. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com