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    Hi I am new to administration of tortoise svn, I am not a programmer, I am a novice and very new. But I have been reading the subversion book to setup user access, we are using a windows server. I have access to it and add and remove users to my set of repositories. I have been trying to setup user access to certain folders and playing with the auth file, but every time I try to establish a single test user (established a pretend user called Test user) to r or r/w of a folder and turn on the auth file, I get access denied. When I turn off the auth file I can access the repository with the test user. What am I doing wrong? I was wondering also is there any link or can someone provide me a link to tutorials on tortoise svn administration. Also we are using tortoise svn 1.9. Justification for setting up user access is to establish some limitations to try to limit users to keep them from creating branches in their folders. I am a Software Configuration Manager and trying to get some semblance of control of my sw development groups. I also need a link or guidance on hooks as well. TIA!

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    What access mechanism are you using to enable access to your Windows' Subversion repositories? "svnserve" or "Apache" or both? How you configure the SVN AuthZ file will depend on just how those 2 are setup. I am assuming that you are using 1 of those 2 since file based access is not normal for client/server setup.

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