On 23.03.2012 22:42, Kirk Wolak wrote:
> Yeah. No Context Menus whatsoever. It feels like TSVN is not
> installed... But again, shows up under Programs Menu.
> One would think that TSVN was not installed.
> Now, in this state, client ran EditPadLite and got some xxx TSVN xxx
> . DLL not found errors.
> He still has his 1.5 installer. Ran that, everything is fine. And Edi
> Additional feedback, friend said run AppWiz.cpl, check for OLDER
> versions of TSVN (Found 1.2 version installed).
> Had the client UNINSTALL All versions. REBOOT.
> Then tried again. NOTHING. Even after the repair.
> He is back revving to the 1.5 version... That seems to work...
> Any insight or logs I can provide you with?
> Re-checking out the repository is NOT an issue. Easy to do. Problem is
> getting the new client (and I LOVE the single .svn diretory)
> Thanks in Advance, and I am not sure if replying to my email is the
> right way to reply to you, but I could not see a reply option on the list.
Go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers
right-click on "TortoiseSVN" (if it's even there), select "Permissions"
and then make sure that at least user SYSTEM has full access.
If the key doesn't exist, try the parent key.
If the permissions are not set, then you've got some "security" app
running that removes permissions in the registry.
After you've reset the permissions (you might want to search the
registry for all TSVN related entries), get rid of your "security" app:
preventing apps from being installed properly does *not* increase
security but is only annoying.
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Received on 2012-03-23 23:16:38 CET