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Re: Windows 'Access Denied' errors was: Re: svn.collab.net is now running Subversion 0.23.

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-23 09:27:12 CEST

At 7:17 PM -0600 5/22/03, D.J. Heap wrote:

>Yes, this is the one big clue (it seems to me) that NTFS may be at
>fault...access denied is the return code, not sharing violation. I
>can only make access denied errors occur if the destination file is
>read-only or if I don't have permissions to one of the files.
>Sharing violation is the normal return code for 'something else is
>dorking with the file' type situations. Perhaps filter drivers can
>screw with that, though, I don't know...

I think you can get "access denied" if someone else is dorking with
_the_directory_ that contains the file.

"dir" in the cases I'm thinking of shows "Illegal access" (and no
directory contents), or something close to that.

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