[cvsnt] Access control in Windows

pdfeeny at aep.com pdfeeny at aep.com
Tue Aug 12 18:16:32 BST 2008

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Hi all,

I'm new to CVSNT and am tasked with migrating our CVSNT from Linux to 
Windows 2003 Server for the purpose of better integrating users who 
want/need to use Eclipse.

Current Environment:
CVSNT 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382 (client/server) on RH Linux using 
WinBind and sspi protocol to authenticate users through Active Directory
clients running WinXP

I've searched the archives and could not find an answer to this question: 
How is security implemented within Windows to allow a user to access only 
the modules s/he need?  Is the group file used at all or would groups 
reside in AD and the group file done away with?

Paul D. Feeny, MCP, MCSA
IT System Administrator II - SCM
IT Production Management
Audinet: 200.2249
Phone: 614.716.2249

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