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Am I correct in thinking that a cvsnt server, running on a Linux machine, which is configured to see Active Directory groups, should respect those groups for ACL's? Tony, you mentioned in a previous thread that using cvs -ttt would show the ALC logic. I am familiar with using "-ttt" in various commands for debugging, but I don't know which command should return the ACL logic. I don't see anything when using "cvs -ttt update". Someone else had this problem, and it went away when he moved from a VM server to a real physical server. Could have been a configuration issue. I have checked everything I can think of. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Mark On 9/26/06, Mark Johnson <amarkjohnson at gmail.com> wrote: > > I am using cvsnt 2.5.03 on Linux (server), using sspi to access it from > windows clients. My Linux box authenticates off our Windows domain using > samba/winbind. I'm having ACL problems, recognizing my AD groups. I can > set file permissions to a specific domain group, and the os recognizes this > group. When I use this group in an ACL, it does not work. In looking > through previous posts, I see refrerences to using "cvs -ttt" to view the > ACL logic. Which commands would this be? If I run "cvs -ttt up" in a > previously checked out module, which noW requires me to be a member of a > specific domain group, I don't see any ACL related info. Is there something > I am missing? My domain group is "T360", so it should be valid for Linux. > > > Thanks, > Mark > >