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Thomas, > I have also tried called a bat file in precommand in > the following way: > > /TESTREPO/blabla C:/info.bat $USER %r %c %d > Further to Tony's and Gerhard's comments on this. It appears that the documentation is wrong - premodule was never designed to allow a "fail" to be passed, and from what I've been told from Tony it would be very difficult (if not impossible) to do. I think the problem you are trying to solve is an interesting one and I'll think about what can be done in CVSNT to assist this in future, and I've already created a bug to update the documentation. For the short term I think you can get what you want by relying on the ACL's to prevent this user from doing anything except "reading" the specific module, and writing a "precommand" script to look for the case when they try and "export" (it'll require some parsing of the command params though). Regards, Arthur