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Re: [TSVN] ATTN: Peter Mounce, re: Issue #154

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2005-09-12 12:47:42 CEST

Paul Coddington wrote:

> A bit of feedback regarding the issue of user profiles.
> What we really need is the ability to only have the shell extension
> active for selected users. I realise that it is loaded globally, but
> can we hide the menu items optionally on a per user basis the same way
> that programs like WinMerge does? I don't think anyone cares about
> the start menu shortcuts as they are easily customized and only refer
> to documentation.
> The reason being that those of us with shared computers do not want
> household guests and children to have access to extra shell commands
> that are clutter and potentially dangerous (although danger would be
> avoided in practice by password protecting the Subversion databases?).
> regards

You should be able to set OS permissions to preclude "Guests" browsing
folders you want kept off limits.
TSVN then wont pop up the context sensitive menus.


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Received on Mon Sep 12 12:48:13 2005

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