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Jun
29
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
@Daniel: I'm accessing the path directly as \\B\Folder.Name. Also, the build runner is now also running under a separate user account, and not under LocalSystem anymore.
Jun
29
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
I inserted this in my build script, and got an error saying "C:\TeamCity\buildAgent\work\905a6382449fdab\NCVIB.SMSServices.targets(96, 7): error MSB4067: The element <fileset> beneath element <copy> is unrecognized.". Was this supposed to be a MSBuild snippet? If not, where (since not in my .build file) should I put it?
Jun
28
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
@Scott: Thanks! I've updated my config so that the build agent runs under a specific account (which works thanks to your note on adding it to the admins group), but I still can't get the copy task to work. Please take a look at my updated question.
Jun
27
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
Thanks for your answer! I am in a workgroup environment, and regarding the user account I'm required to use the SYSTEM account on A. Please see my update.
Jun
27
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
Thanks for your answer - especially the clarification about share/security settings! I have investigated some more and updated the question with more details on the setup.
Jun
27
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
Thanks for your answer! However, I am required to make this work with the SYSTEM account on one of the servers. See my update for details.
Jun
27
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
Thanks for your answer! Please see my update with more information on accounts and setup.
Jun
22
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
@Daniel: It's in a workgroup.
Jun
22
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
@Daniel: Yes, I know. I'll change it to something more restrictive as soon as I can figure out why it isn't working (because if it stops working when I increase the security requirements, I at least know where to look for the problem...)
Jun
22
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
@Ninja, which settings windows would you like to see? I've been in a lot of them, and I'm not sure which ones actually convey any information that is useful to you...
Jun
21
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
@charnley: I do have admin-level access - I'm just not the individual responsible for the network setup, so I don't know exactly how it works. I have admin access to be able to do this sort of thing every now and then, but the main network administration is carried out by someone else.
Jun
20
comment Security permissions for remote shared folders
I'm not entirely sure (I'm not the one who administrates the network). If I look at the current security principals in some random folders on C in each server, it has the form of SERVERNAME\USERNAME - I don't know if that's just the way it always is, or if it means both servers are in their own domains, where the domains are named after the servers.
Dec
17
comment Storing a million images in the filesystem
Well, you obviously don't have to create each folder, just because you're following this scheme. You could even have Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute - decide how many levels of folders you need depending on how often the images are generated when the rate is the highest - and then just don't create folders that would be left empty.
Jun
16
comment “Unsolvable” bug in Visual Studio - how do I connect to SQL Server 2008 Express?
It's not so much developing against an x64 server as the fact that I paid for an x64 environment, and now I don't get to use it. I have, however, found the situation so bizarre that I decided it wasn't worth my time to figure out how to get that working. I uninstalled all of it and installed SQL Server 2005 Express. It's not what I wanted, but it works, and doesn't fire error messages on me. And lastly, no - I haven't yet.
Jun
10
comment “Unsolvable” bug in Visual Studio - how do I connect to SQL Server 2008 Express?
I did (as I noted in the original post) have a couple of .NET and SQL related products installed, but none of them were CTP/Beta - except for the Web Platform Installer itself (but I don't see how that would affect VS...). The list in the original post is complete - that's exactly what I did.
Jun
8
comment “Unsolvable” bug in Visual Studio - how do I connect to SQL Server 2008 Express?
Note: I asked this question on stackoverflow first, and was forwarded here. Now some more people has commented and said that it maybe fits better in there than here anyway... Well, I'll just hope any of you guys can solve it =)