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Re: Why is TSVNCACHE.EXE checking network drives?

From: Peter McNab <mcnab_p_at_melbpc.org.au>
Date: 2007-04-30 16:27:15 CEST

Jeff Lanzarotta wrote:
> Hello,
> I am doing some network programs so I am running a program called
> 'smartsniff'. I noticed that there was something constantly
> communicating between my PC and various other PC on the network that I
> have drives mapped to... I then used a program called 'filemon' to see
> exactly what is going on with file related stuff.. After further
> investigation, I found that it is TSVNCACHE.exe check something on
> these mapped drives. Actually it is checking '\\machinename\c$'
> Any idea why TSVNCACHE would be checking these drives? There really
> should not be any reason for checking these drives.
I take it you have never had a look at TortoiseSVN Settings/Icon
Overlays/ and had a click around.
Do that and there will be a tick in the box marked "Network Drives"


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