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Hi Tony. > This is correct behaviour. Ok... but then I do not know how to allow the 'cvs ls' command to anyone. >> I found no way to set access privileges for the root repository folder >> (absolute module reference '/' is not allowed for either chacl or rchacl >> cvs commands). > > Have a look at the manual for the rchacl command. Ok, I looked at the manual and that did not help as the rchacl help information is pretty much non-existant (at least in my CVSNT manual). I did manage to change the chacl setting for the root folder by using the following command (note the period at the end): cvs -d :sspi:server:/repository rchacl -u user -a read . However, I have not seen this feature mentioned anywhere in the docs. Anyway, that's one problem less on the way to setting better access controls for our CVSNT repositories :-). Thanks for the answer... Best regards, Jurko Gospodnetic