> On 29.09.2010 21:45, Bob Archer wrote:
> >> On 27.09.2010 10:22, Mohammad Alauddin wrote:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> I am using Windows 7 - 32 bit, unfortunately unable to do SVN
> >>> checkout/export, receive the error below:
> >>> "Can't create directory 'c:\test\project-name\.svn': Access is
> >>> denied"
> >>> Works fine on my XP machine. Manually I can create folder, so
> >> thought
> >>> could be the UAC issue, tried with disabling UAC but no luck.
> >> You have to manually add yourself (the user you're logged in) to
> >> the folder with full access. On Win7, the C:\ drive root has
> >> limited access rights for all users, and subfolders
> >> inherit those limited access rights.
> >> Stefan
> > When I create a new folder on the root of c:\ in Win 7 as the
> owner I
> > am given full rights to that folder.
> > Of course, if you are in a domain with policy setup to not do
> > then I could see that happening. I have my dev root in my User's
> > folder.
> Create a new folder. Then check the permissions: the checkbox for
> permission" is missing, even though you have the permissions for
> But you don't have the permission to change the permissions.
> At least if UAC is turned on, which is the default (I even have
> mine set
> to the highest level).
Hmm... I must be seeing things. I thought that is just what I did and the userlist had me specifically in it with full permissions. Now, I do it again and it doesn't have me specifically in there. I guess it's been a long day. ;)
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Received on 2010-09-29 22:24:49 CEST