[cvsnt] Reg: Problem in checkout
Shivendra_Vishal at satyam.com
Mon Sep 17 09:47:26 BST 2007
I have 3 groups of users on windows 2003 server and using it with sspi protocol.
Group3: CVSAdmin-xxxx, here xxxx is the repository name.
Group1 is given only modification privileges from Windows 2003 server security permission options. Similarly Group2 is given full access on all the repositories and Group3 is given full access on specific repositories.
I have changed the config file AclMode to normal after that the particular user is not able to checkout the repository to the local client machine . It gives the following error :-
cvs checkout: cwd=d:\Branch ,current=d:\Branch
cvs server: User SV48388 cannot read .
Can anyone suggest me whether to change any other settings to make the user able to checkout in the local client machine without changing the Aclmode from normal to compat.
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From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org] On Behalf Of Gerhard Fiedler
Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2007 10:33 PM
To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Reg: Problem in checkout
> When the AclMode in CVSROOT\config file is set to normal the user is not
> able to checkout the files to the client though the user is given
> read,write and tag access through the chacl command. CVS is throwing the
> error :
> cvs checkout: cwd=d:\Branch ,current=d:\Branch
> cvs server: User user1 cannot read
> When I'm changing the AclMode to compat checkout is working properly
> however when the user restricted using chacl the restriction dosen't
> applies and user can perform anything like read,write,tagging ..etc
> which is not desirable. Please help me out to resolve this issue in
> windows 2003 server environment.
I don't know what exactly your problem is, but from the description it
seems that you aren't applying the ACLs you are thinking you are applying.
Compatibility mode means that all users have full access by default, normal
mode means that no normal user has any access by default. That explains
your results, and the ACLs didn't become effective.
It seems there's something wrong with the user setup.
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