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Re: Access to C:\Users\<windowsAccount> was denied.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 20:14:43 +0100

On 19.12.2011 18:32, Adam D. Walling wrote:
> I have encountered this same error, too. Upgraded from 1.7.2 to 1.7.3 just this morning; was working fine just beforehand. Fired up procmon, and oddly enough never saw any access denied entries in the log! Came to the mailing list and saw this, so at least I am not alone.
> I'd build and debug myself, but I don't have VS2010 installed.
> Strangely, I can open up the 'Check for modifications' and do diffs, but attempting 'Revert' dialog shows this error.
> The gzipped logfile is around 1 mb so I've just uploaded it here instead of posting a huge attachment: http://adzm.net/tsvn/tsvn_access_denied_Logfile.PML.gz

Thanks for the log file!
It shows that the temp file that's created by the shell extension is
read by TortoiseProc, but then nothing.
So where does that error come from?

Check-for-modifications does not use a temp file to pass the paths to
TortoiseProc, so I guess that's why it succeeds.

How does the error dialog look like? Does it maybe say something else
than just "access to ... was denied"?


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