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Hi, first of all, excuse my english)) I need set different rights for different groups. And I've got with such problem. Other rules work, but one of them not. In group file I've added group limited. This group can all in mydir: cvs -d :sspi:myname at myservername:/cvs chacl -a all -u limited mydir But, they must only read in mydir/prog. I did so: cvs -d :sspi:myname at myservername:/cvs chacl -n -a read -u limited mydir/prog But, in this case, user from this group can read only files in this folder. If I add -R, user can read all files and folders in mydir/prog/ But when I add new folder by cvs, he can't read one. Why? Behavior of chacl recursive, isn't it? lsacl shows that user=limited read, but nothing in new folders. But in other folders with other users lsacl shows nothing without owner of folder also, but works correctly. Diffrences between this folders only that other folders haven't such rights. Group "limited" can all in directory, but must limited in one of subdirectory Help me, please. Thanks in advance