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Re: Settings in TortoiseSVN

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 18:35:07 CET

Sid Sid wrote:

> to 1.
> I think you missunterstood me. I want to set the settings for example in the
> registry (by installing tortoise) and then I want to disable the settings in
> TortoiseSVN, so that the user on the computer can't enter it. So the
> settings are always the same.

Why would you want to do that? Every user works differently, is used to
different tasks. So they should be able to configure a tool the way they
I mean, what do you have against a user e.g. changing a font? Or which
context menu entries appear on the front menu and which in the submenu?
Or which diff tool they want to use?

If you really want to do that, then there's a way to do that with the
OS: check the registry entries which correspond to each setting. Then,
you can set up only read-access for the users to those registry keys and
deny write access. (You must use regedt32.exe to do that, regedit.exe
can't help you there. And of course you must be Admin to do that).


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