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Rodre Ghorashi-Zadeh wrote: > I have figured out the problem. It has to do with the way CVSNT > handles users and group (it doesn't distinguish between the two) and the > way > Redhat type Linux distros create a group with the same name and GID as > the user, > by default, when adding users with the 'useradd' command. The two > together are a > bad mix. > It shouldn't matter at all.. such a group would only have one user in it, so it'd behave as you'd expect. The only issue would be if you created a group with a large number of users in it, then created a user with the same name - which would be a configuration error IMO (since it's not unusual to treat users and groups as the same namespace.. indeed win32 even does it at the system level). Tony