Let me first preface this by saying I know this is a personnel management issue, and I have no control over the personnel management issue. The personnel management issue is known to the client, but the will to modify it is not present. So I am in the position of seeking a technological fix to a management problem.
I have a client that has a subsidiary they bought from another company. That subsidiary does website coding in ColdFusion 8 for a federal agency. Currently they have a Dev and Test CF server. The dev staff are generally very new, and don't have much, if any, experience in using Source Control software. There is an admin account for the ColdFusion servers that is known to all devs. So we have a situation where devs will copy code directly from their machines to the Dev/Test servers without checking it into SVN. Obviously issues and hijinks ensue from this.
What I'm trying to do is lock down the IIS folder that ColdFusion references such that it can ONLY be updated from SVN - that is to say, users cannot copy or modify files in it except from within SVN.
As far as I know, it isn't possible, but I turn to you, great ServerFault gurus, to tell me if such a thing can be accomplished.