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From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 10:39:48 +0100

2009/5/15 <webpost_at_tigris.org>:
> Hello,
> I've got some problem about TortoiseSVN Installation.
> I've installed tortoise SVN (rel. on my pc with Windows XP Professional SP 3.
> On a network machine, I've installed Visual SVN Server (rel. 1.6.3) on a pc with Windows XP Professional SP3.
> All function in the correct way.
> Despite this I've got an issue.
> I've find the same question in the FAQ section
> Question: "Browsing very slow in explorer and file/open dialog"
> Answer: "If you have mapped network drives which are not resolved, either because the drive is inaccessible, or you have not logged in, file browsing may become unresponsive while Windows tries unsuccessfully to access the drive. Either unmap the drive or ensure that it can be accessed.".
> But I think this is not enouht, I explain myself.
> I work in a big company, so I've more mapped network driver. Sometimes it may happen the one or more mapped network driver are inaccessible. Is there any tortoise settintg, or another way to exclude all mapped driver network for tha scanning process?

TSVN->Settings->Overlays. Use the drive type selections and the
Exclude/Include sections.

Also, update to 1.6.2 which resolves some speed problems with the status cache.


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