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Re: Windows permissions are not kept for files

From: Sebastian Baumhekel <sebastian.baumhekel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2015 10:38:59 +0200

Unfortunately it is not a shared working copy used by two different users.
Basically my colleagues check out their own working copy and allow the
Internet Information Server (IIS) to access some of the files for reading.
This is necessary as even while debugging on your own machine, the IIS will
run under a separate account (in group IIS_IUSRS) with very limited rights
for security reasons.
All Subversion actions are done by using their normal windows account.
Only while testing the application a different account is used by the IIS
to access them - that is the reason why we have to retain the permissions.

2015-09-18 16:22 GMT+02:00 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:

> On 17.09.2015 13:31, Sebastian Baumhekel wrote:
> > Ok, this could be the root cause.
> > So is the workaround "Use recycle bin when reverting" here applicable as
> > well?
> No, that's done inside the svn library.
> > Or how could we make sure to retain the permissions on an update?
> > We need the correct permissions to access the file from a service
> > running under a different account.
> You can't.
> But from your description I gather that you're using a shared working
> copy: that's NOT recommended.
> Use a separate working copy for the other account.
> Stefan
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