[cvsnt] problem using chacl

Shivendra_Vishal Shivendra_Vishal at satyam.com
Fri Sep 14 15:58:14 BST 2007

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I'm giving only read access to the user using chacl command(in windows
environment) then also user is able to commit. Can anyone suggest me
why? I have used chacl as follows:


D:\temp\sandbox>cvs chacl -R -a read -u user2 pttest

setting ACL for directory pttest


D:\temp\sandbox>cvs lsacl

Directory: pttest

Owner: user1









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