Solution: If SmartSVN is installed and owned by SYSTEM on Windows
Folks SmartSVN 7.6 arrived and I installed it on Windows 7 using Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection (from a Mac). Yikes. It installed and was owned by SYSTEM. Can't Run It. Can't Delete It. Shhhhh-ugar. Fun on Friday. A swift Saturday Google, found this: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/how-to-delete-a-system-file-in-windows-vista/ It worked. The solution: takeown and cacls, then delete it from Program Files (x86). Run the installer and "remove SmartSVN". Run the installer (on the real Desktop, not the Remote Desktop Doo-dah). Great Relief. SmartSVN 7.6 is alive and well. It installed perfectly on MacOS-X 10.8.4 and Kubuntu 13.04/64. The SmartSVN team are Smart! Question: When will SmartSVN support SVN 1.8? Robin
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