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Re: Windows permissions are not kept for files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Sep 2015 19:37:24 +0200

On 21.09.2015 10:38, Sebastian Baumhekel wrote:
> 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.

Then just set the permissions for IIS_IUSRS on the parent folder of the
working copy, and then the permissions are automatically inherited.


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