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Re: SVN on Classified Network

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 12:02:21 +0100

On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:20 PM, Lawrence Bryan <larry.w.bryan2_at_boeing.com>

> We have to use TotoiseSVN on a classified network folder. The share was
> created using Windows Server 2008 using NTFS.
> We have a user access controlled folder to contain the repository and as a
> secondary backup a file sharing application called Integrated Digital
> Environment (Project with further access controls). We will backup the
> repository to the IDE every week.
> The TortoiseSVN users manual states: Not all network file sharing
> protocols support the locking that Subversion requires.
> >>>>>>>>>> Do you know of Windows Server 2008 supports the locking that
> SVN requires? <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

If you have to ask, then follow the first rule and assume that it won't

Here are the FAQs:

the last FAQ also links to this:

which applies as well.

So, basically: don't do it. Even if it might work. No, even if you had prof
that it will work: do not do it!


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