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RE: TortoiseSVN installed on Windows 7 32 bits

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 10:38:51 -0400

> Hi everyone,
> Thank you very much for your response, I really appreciated that.
> Please allow me to clarify my current saturation.  The source code
> repository is about 35 MB and it takes me less than 1 minute to
> download from my XP.  If I download the same source code in Windows
> 7, it takes forever and I killed the process when it shows 1.3GB
> but actually there is no file downloaded from server.   At the
> bottom of left hand side, the Bytes transferred keep counting but
> the right hand side the progress bar never start.  I cannot click
> Cancel button to cancel download and I have to use task manger to
> kill the process.
> I reinstall twice and turned firewall off still didn’t help.
> Anyone know how can I execute TortoiseSVN “Run as Administrator”?
> I think this related to privilege issue but I’m not sure what is
> that.

Where you are checking out to. You should have full permissions into your %HOME% folder. If you run as admin you should have permissions to your c:\drive if you create a new folder there.

I doubt it is a permissions issue.. I run windows 7 with UAC enabled and it works fine. I run with an admin account though... perhaps you are running as a lower user.

I think if you want shell commands to run as administrator you have to run Explorer "as administrator".



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Received on 2010-09-22 16:39:04 CEST

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