I have Windows environment for Subversion.
Server - Visual SVN Enterprise Edition with Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition
Clients- XP Mostly and windows 2008 a few. Tortoise SVN.
Antivirus as well.
Is there any need to take precautions as in our organization WE WILL HAVE TO
RUN antivirus on 3 days a week. Is it would take any impact on Our windows
machines in presence of Subversion/Tortoise SVN OR Visual SVN.
Please advice accordingly.
Waseem Bokhari I Configurations and Release Management
NetSol Technologies (NasdaqCM: NTWK)
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