On Wed, 13 May 2015 19:06:24 -0700 (PDT)
Sakthivel D <sakthis...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Being a GIT Admin, I need to know how to restrict the users from
> creating a new branch or deleting an existing branch in GIT Remote
> server.

With plain Git, you can't -- that's chiefly because Git being a
distributed system does not draw a clear line between "the server" and
"the clients".

So, if you need to have certain access control to your shared repos,
you have to either install and configure some front-end which mediates
access to these repositories or have a more involved "turn-key" Git
hosting solution.

Supposedly the most popular simple front-end these days it gitolite.

As to hosting platforms, gitlab and gitblit seem to be popular and
active.  There are also Windows-specific solutions (typically plugging
Git into IIS): Git Web Access, Bonobo Git Server (both are at
codeplex.com).  Of course, there are also commercial solutions

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