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Re: svnserver won't run as specified user

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-04-07 18:28:03 CEST

Jeff Cave wrote:

> I am having difficulty running svnserve on a w2k server. I run it as an
> admin, and everything works fine. I run it as a user I have created for it
> and it fails miserably.

How are you running svnserver as a service? The user that the service logs in
as must have a couple of special rights; I forget exactly what they are called
in W2K. Something like "Log on as a service" and "Create a Token object" and
"Replace a Process Level Token" (those are the NT names). Logging in
interactively as that user doesn't tell you much of use, since interactive users
gain different rights than service users.



John Peacock
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